Frequently Asked Questions
Read below to get answers to our most frequently asked questions.
Where is the museum located?
Our museum is located at 209 West Saint Julian Street in the City Market Portion of Savannah, GA. The front doors are located in the courtyard of City Market closest to Ellis Square, between Wild Wings Café and the Thomas Kinkaid gallery.
Do you have parking?
Parking can be difficult in City Market. There are metered spaces available in the City Market area and free parking available on Broughton Street which is available on a first come, first serve basis. There are two large parking garages nearby:
Whitaker Street Parking Garage
7 Whitaker Street 132 Montgomery Street
Robbie Robinson Parking Garage
Savannah GA, 31401 Savannah, GA 31401
What is the best way to get to the museum?
The easiest access to the museum is through Old Town Trolley Tours®, which operates seven days a week, 364 days a year from 9 am to 5 pm. The museum is Stop 7 on their Savannah tour route, with trolleys coming through every fifteen to twenty minutes.
Are you closed for holidays?
The American Prohibition Museum is open 364 days of the year. The only day we are not open is Saint Patrick’s Day. The museum reserves the right to close for large group tours or private events.
How much time should I expect to spend in the 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!
Are guided tours available?
Guided tours are available to groups of 10 or more. Contact us for more information on guided tours.
Is the museum wheelchair accessible?
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.
Can I bring food and drink into the museum?
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.
Are you pet friendly?
Only registered service animals on leashes are permitted in the American Prohibition Museum.
Can I take photos or video?
Photography is permitted inside the museum. If you post on social media, tag us with the #americanprohibition or @americanprohibition. Please, no video recording.
I’m an educator and want to bring a school group. Are student programs available?
Yes! Please contact the Museum Director for more information on student programs by filling out the form here.
How do I reach the museum’s lost and found?
Please contact the museum by filling out the form here for all lost and found items.