American Prohibition Museum
The American Prohibition Museum is located in Savannah, GA and is dedicated to the history of the Prohibition era in the United States. The museum is located in a historic building that was once home to a bank and a speakeasy during Prohibition. The museum features exhibits and interactive displays that take visitors through the history of Prohibition, from the Temperance Movement in the early 19th century to the repeal of the 18th Amendment in 1933. Visitors can see authentic artifacts from the Prohibition era, including a recreated speakeasy complete with hidden rooms and secret passwords.