Enjoy the music and spirits of the era on our Fifth Avenue Terrace
Museum Members: $10, Non-Members: $12
Admission includes one FREE drink and access to the Museum’s first-floor galleries.
No reservations, tickets sold at the door
During Prohibition (1919-1933), New York City’s speakeasies were home to drinking, dancing and the swinging sounds of the city’s Jazz Age. Under the mayoralty of Jimmy “Beau James” Walker (1926-1932), New York’s speakeasy count grew to over 32,000 establishments.