Travel back in time to the Prohibition era, when thousands of speakeasies operating in hard-to-find places satisfied the nation’s thirst for forbidden spirits.
Informative and entertaining exhibits, videos and artifacts tell the stories of the Roaring Twenties, which saw the rise of flappers, jazz and the Mob. The speakeasy exhibit is built around a well-stocked bar and a stage for evening entertainment, creating a lively environment inspired by that bygone age.
Authentic, Prohibition-era craft cocktails and shareable bites
The Underground is now open. Use the password of the week for free admission to the speakeasy located in the basement of The Mob Museum! Get the password.
Book Your Private Event
The Underground at The Mob Museum can accommodate groups as small as 10 or as large as 130 for all types of private events.
August Drink Special: 12 Mile Limit, $12
Rumrunners delivered the good stuff to America’s speakeasies during Prohibition. Infamous rumrunner Bill McCoy, who is credited with creating “Rum Row,” was born in August 1877. In honor of his birthday, raise a glass with a 12 Mile Limit cocktail—named for the distance offshore boats would park to allow for alcohol sales.
12 Mile Limit is made with Rum, Brandy, Rye, Grenadine, and Lemon.
All craft cocktails, draft beer, wine by the glass and food are $2 off from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
All Underground food and beverage promotions cannot be combined with any other discount, offer or promotion. Must be 21+
Speakeasy Hours & Location
Daily 12 to 9 p.m.
Located in the basement of The Mob Museum and included in Museum General Admission.
Just visiting the speakeasy? Get the password, find the side door and you’re in. Speakeasy access is restricted to ages 21 and over. Get the password.
Please note, masks must be worn while in the building. Masks can be taken off while eating and drinking in The Underground, but we ask guests to please minimize the amount of time masks are removed and to put them back on afterwards.
Exhibits in the speakeasy tell the story of the Roaring Twenties, with Flapper dresses, Paul Mare’s trumpet and more.