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Not Your Typical Dry Museum

Bringing the roaring twenties to life with over 20 intoxicating exhibits & authentic speakeasy

Good Behavior Rarely Makes History

From gangsters to rumrunners, learn about the most infamous troublemakers of the 1920s and 30s

Savannah's Best Kept Secret

Centrally located next to Ellis Square, in the popular City Market

Whiskey Business

Learn to make your own hooch while exploring an extensive collection of moonshine stills

Prohibition museum

Dive Into The Era
Plan Your visit
Admission and Package Prices include entrance to the Savannah museum and access to our Congress Street Up Speakeasy
Sneak Peak
Museum Hours
10am - 5pm
Museum Location

209 W. St. Julian Street, Savannah GA 31401
Located next to Ellis Square in the City Market we are just blocks away from Robinson Parking Garage

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The American Prohibition Museum is accessible to guests with disabilities

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A museum where you can drink? Ain’t that swell! As part of the museum experience, whisper the password at the door, and enter our speakeasy that’s bound to raise your spirits. You’ll be greeted by a bartender who’ll be happy to serve you one of our select 1920’s cocktails & a dash of history with every pour.

Cocktail Classes

Would you like that shaken, or stirred? Our certified bartenders will teach you how make classic cocktails while discovering the history behind them. Learn new skills, enjoy your creations, and show off your newly acquired talents by playing bartender at your next event! Limited space available.


Proper attire required.

The Speakeasy will be closed on Friday, Jan. 11th, 2019 for a special event.

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
5:30pm – 11pm

Friday & Saturday
5:30pm – 1:00am

Craft Cocktails

Pick your poison but there ain’t no Bud Lights here! All of our cocktails, wines, and beers can trace their origins back to Prohibition. Enjoy tidbits of history with every sip, discovering how and why your drink became popular in the 1920s.