Friday, 2:30 p.m.
Take a free tour of The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Money Museum with a chirpy guide who plays games: “Can you spot the counterfeit?” “Who knows who's on the two-dollar bill? Yep, the two-dollar bill.” (Last year produced a bumper crop of counterfeit $2 bills, museum poobahs say.) You'll get your picture taken with it. Your kiddo could even come away with a bag o' money. True, it's shredded—but, hey, she could have thousands! Quite a deal, considering the tour is gratis.