The only museum in the country dedicated to the telling of this fascinating period of American history.
Bringing the roaring twenties to life with intoxicating exhibits, costumed docents, and an authentic speakeasy.
The American Prohibition Museum in Savannah features live actors, state-of-the-art exhibits, and historical memorabilia and artifacts. Our 5,500 square foot museum, located in City Market, will cover the time period from when Georgia went dry in 1907 until Prohibition's national repeal in 1933, ratification of the 21st Amendment and the roots of NASCAR.
Visit the Rum Runner exhibit and discover why Savannah was often referred to as the “Bootleg Spigot of the South.” Learn about Rum Row and the journey many embarked on to get their goods ashore. Visit our Rum Runner exhibit and discover why Savannah was often referred to as the “Bootleg Spigot of the South.” Learn about Rum Row and the journey many embarked on to get their goods ashore.
Learn to make your own “white lightning” at the Moonshine exhibit while exploring the largest collection of stills. Enjoy a lesson on alcohol proof levels and witness the byproducts of America’s entrepreneurial “spirit".
See some authentic flapper flair at our Flapper Craze exhibit, and discover why the trend was all the rage in the twenties. Learn to dance the Charleston and immerse yourself in the flapper culture, known for its intoxicating energy.
Experience this one-of-a-kind attraction when you visit Savannah! Get your eTickets now for the American Prohibition Museum. Learn history the fun way!
209 West Julian Street (located next to Ellis Square in City Market)
Everyday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (last tour 5:00 pm)