Experience the roaring twenties at the immersive American Prohibition Museum in Savannah, Georgia. Relive the sordid history of temperance and prohibition while learning about the consequences of the 18th Amendment. This museum features over 200 artifacts, unique memorabilia like moonshine stills, and an authentic speakeasy that serves craft cocktails.
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The American Prohibition Museum, Savannah, Georgia, is open 364 days of the year. They are closed on Saint Patrick's Day and reserves the right to close for private events. Operating hours vary by season. Last admittance is 45 minutes prior to closing time. Please see the operating calendar in the ticket section above for the operating hours for your selected dates.
The American Prohibition Museum is located at 209 W Saint Julian St., Savannah, GA, next to Ellis Square in the City Market and just blocks away from Robinson Parking Garage.
The easiest access to the museum is through Old Town Trolley Tours, which operates daily. The museum is Stop 9 on their Savannah tour route, with trolleys coming through every fifteen to twenty minutes.
Metered parking spaces are available in the City Market area and on Broughton Street. There are two parking garages nearby: Whitaker Street Parking Garage (7 Whitaker Street, Savannah, GA 31401) and Robinson Parking Garage (132 Montgomery St., Savannah, GA 31401).
Yes, there will be plenty of photo opportunities. Video recording is not permitted.
Tickets include access to the museum and speakeasy. Please note: the speakeasy is closed on Sundays. Explore restored prohibition era vehicles, more than 200 historic artifacts, extensive collection of moonshine stills, captivating dioramas and hi-tech immersive displays, costumed docents that inform and entertain from start to finish, and an authentic speakeasy serving up craft cocktails.
No food and drink is allowed in the museum, until past the point of the Speakeasy. Only drinks purchased in the Speakeasy will be allowed in the subsequent galleries.
Yes, the American Prohibition Museum brings the roaring twenties to life by retelling the history of Temperance and Prohibition while learning about the unintended consequences of the 18th Amendment.
Yes! The museum is fully ADA compliant with an elevator to the second floor. Access to the Speakeasy at night is gained through the front door.
Only registered service animals on leashes are permitted in the American Prohibition Museum.
Most guests spend an average of 45 minutes to an hour inside the museum. If you choose to stay longer in the Speakeasy, that is up to you.