Museum profiling mob bosses, bank robbers, and gangsters in old St. Mark’s speakeasy
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$20 for Two Museum Admissions Plus a Guided Tour ($40 Total Value)
After a guided tour (a $5 value each), museum admission (a $15 value each) grants two adults the chance to browse the museum’s exhibits and artifacts on their own.
The Fine Print
About Museum of the American Gangster
Housed in a former speakeasy, the Museum of the American Gangster isn’t obvious on a casual stroll down St. Mark’s Place. If visitors know to look for number 80, though, they pass through a black gate and up a flight of stairs, where a plethora of artifacts and exhibits awaits. The museum focuses on American organized crime through the decades, which includes profiling mob bosses, Prohibition-era gangsters, serial bank robbers, and dastardly Scooby-Doo villains. The New York Times praised co-owner and tour guide Lorcan Otway as "so encyclopedic that touring the rooms takes an hour," as he expounds upon America's unique relationship with hedonism and straight-laced morality. In the Wall Street Journal, correspondent Alexandra Cheney mentions noteworthy finds including the museum's genuine Tommy guns, vintage whiskey bottles, and old copper stills.