In order to protect the exhibits and create a safe environment for all guests, please observe the following Museum policies.
- Please do not touch any of the exhibits, wax figures, or displays unless prompted to do so by verbiage or guidance (i.e. Tommy Gun, Speakeasy doorknocker).
- Food and drink are not permitted in the museum in the galleries prior to the Speakeasy.
- Smoking and e-cigarettes are not permitted anywhere in the building.
- Backpacks and large bags are allowable.
- Coats and umbrellas may be carried into the galleries as long as they are covered with a complimentary plastic bag.
- Possession of dangerous objects, including firearms, are not permitted in the museum.
- Please be mindful of others while using a cellphone.
Photography and video is permitted in the museum under the following circumstances:
- Cell phone and video use are permitted in the museum for personal use only.
- Photographs and video cannot be commercially published, sold, or reproduced.
- Please note that visitors to the museum may be photographed, videotaped, or otherwise recorded. By attending, you grant the museum permission to use photographs and/or audiovisual recordings in which you appear for archival, documentary, publicity, advertising, or social media.
- Images, audio, and video uploaded to social media can and should be tagged with the #americanprohibition or @americanprohibition.
- The American Prohibition Museum reserves the right to remove or add tags to images, audio, and video uploaded to social media that represents the museum.
- Chaperones are responsible for the behavior of their groups at all times. It is imperative that chaperones relay the above information to student and adult groups.
- One chaperone is required per every ten students. Chaperones must be 18 years of age or older.
- Avoid side conversations with other students or chaperones while on a guided tour.
- Attend promptly to any student causing a disruption; if necessary, remove disruptive students from the galleries.