Saturdays now mean complimentary admission to the Museum of American Finance—just in time for the institution's latest exhibition, The Fed at 100, which is also making history as the museum's biggest display yet. Visitors will get an in-depth look at how the Federal Reserve goes about business and explore its contributions to the country over the past century. Spanning three galleries, the exhibition includes replicas of office layouts and pays homage to the nearby Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the one branch with permission to carry out international business and the site of the largest quantity of gold in the world. In the display "100 Years, 100 Objects," guests can view an official notice announcing the bank's opening, a 1927 watch clock and a photo depicting the Fed’s very first board of governors. For more information, visit moaf.org.