Featured: Gangster Museum of America

Gangster Museum of America
Host your wedding, party, or work event in the fun atmosphere of our museum. ...
Gangster Museum of America
Mark, the historian, Robert, the director, Kevin, The Highway Man, discuss Bonnie and Clyde from the...
Gangster Museum of America
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Gangster Museum of America
The lovely Ashley Hill models derby fashion from The Hatterie gift shop of TGMOA....
Gangster Museum of America
Executive director and founder of TGMOA, Robert K. Raines, gives a history lesson to a motor coach t...
Gangster Museum of America
Fedoras galore for men and women in The Hatterie....
Gangster Museum of America
Publisher’s best seller along with other genre related books and gifts in The Hatterie, inside the m...
Gangster Museum of America
Get your picture taken in front of the world famous Happy Hollow Saloon scene replica in the TGMOA t...
Gangster Museum of America
The Big Fella at Happy Hollow, circa 1928. ...
Gangster Museum of America
The Baseball Gallery brings to light the birth of major league spring training in Hot Springs....
Gangster Museum of America
Vintage baseball lids from the “First Boys of Spring” for sale in The Hatterie at TGMOA....

What to know

New expanded 10,000 sq. ft. museum offers customers more of the famous spa town’s gangster past, with more spacious galleries, new acquisitions, more eyewitness accounts of the glory days of gambling, along with a great gift shop in the heart of Central Avenue. It reveals a slice of history that up until now has mostly been stuff of legend. The Gangster Museum of America focuses on the 1920s-40s era of Hot Springs. The museum highlights the stories of many notorious gangsters such as Lucky Luciano, Al Capone, Bugs Moran and Frank Costello who were known to vacation in The Spa City.
510 Central Avenue
Hot Springs, AR 71901