Fodor's Expert Review American Prohibition Museum

Historic District Museum/Gallery
In the heart of City Market, America's only museum dedicated to the Prohibition era shares history from 1907 to 1933. In the 6,000 square feet space, guests wander 13 galleries, a theater, and a real speakeasy. From stories of Southern rum runners to the history of moonshine, the museum offers a fun and informative look at the past—there are even four antique cars on the premise. Make sure to enjoy a specially crafted cocktail at the museum speakeasy bar, Congress Street Up, which stays open long after the museum closes.
Museum/Gallery Historical New

Quick Facts

209 W. Julian St.
Savannah, Georgia  31401, USA

912-220–1249

www.americanprohibitionmuseum.com

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Rate Includes: $15

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