Lift your spirits at the American Prohibition Museum! Meet the ax-wielding teetotalers of _The Temperance Movement_, witness the birth of Flapper culture, the rise of the speakeasy, and learn about the organized crime rings that met the illicit thirsts of the roaring 1920s and 1930s. Cheers!
- * Entrance to the American Prohibition Museum
- * English speaking docents to inform and entertain you from start to finish
- * Drinks (available for purchase at the venue)
- * A photo ID is required at the door to receive a wristband for admittance to the Speakeasy bar. The Speakeasy bar is for visitors aged 21+ only The museum entrance is located next to Ellis Square in the City Market and just blocks away from Robinson Parking Garage. Free entrance for children under 4, no tickets needed. * A metered parking is available on the street; free parking is offered for holders of a Old Town Trolley Tours ticket * Code: HISTORICTOURSofAMERICA
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