- Take a tour of Prohibition-era America and learn about the fascinating period between 1850 and 1933
- See amazing exhibits about The Temperance Movement, the rise of Flapper culture and underground Speakeasy clubs
- Brew your own moonshine then enjoy a tastier craft cocktail in the authentic onsite speakeasy
Lift your spirits at the American Prohibition Museum! Meet the ax-wielding teetotalers of The Temperance Movement, witness the birth of Flapper culture, the rise of the speakeasy, and learn about the organized crime rings that met the illicit thirsts of the roaring 1920s and 1930s. Cheers!
Get acquainted with the hatchet-brandishing anti-booze crusader Carry Nation, and discover how she and The Temperance Movement rallied for the complete criminalization of alcohol at the turn of the 20th century.
Learn how southern rum-runners and bootleggers peddled hooch up and down the country after Prohibition came into effect in 1919. See the rise of underground speakeasies where jazz and Flapper culture blossomed, and brew your own white lightning moonshine.
Meet Al Capone, America's most notorious mobster, and learn how he took advantage of prohibition to Tommy gun and tax evade his way to unfathomable wealth during The Great Depression.
Then cool down with a craft cocktail in an authentic 1920s Speakeasy - it's not your regular dry museum experience after all!
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes are possible for this ticket
The museum entrance is located next to Ellis Square in the City Market and just blocks away from Robinson Parking Garage.
You must be 21 or older to purchase alcohol - a real life hangover from Prohibition - talk about authentic!