Experience the roaring 20s at the immersive American Prohibition Museum. Visitors can relive the sordid history of Temperance and Prohibition while learning about the consequences of the 18th Amendment. The museum features more than 200 artifacts, unique memorabilia like moonshine stills, and an authentic speakeasy that serves craft cocktails.
What are the hours of operation?
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
What should I wear?
Where is it located?
209 W Saint Julian St. | Savannah, GA Located next to Ellis Square in the City Market and just blocks away from Robinson Parking Garage.
Can I bring my camera?
Yes, there will be plenty of photo opportunities.
What’s included in my ticket/experience?
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.
Where can I park at?
Metered parking is available on the street.
Can I bring my own food/beverages?
No, but there is a "Speakeasy" at the end where you can order drinks.
Is the tour appropriate for children?
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.