Collection includes John Dillinger's 1932 Studebaker used in an Indiana bank robbery, Bonnie & Clyde's actual death hats worn the day they were killed, and more.
Enter a world of intrigue, danger, and crime with our museum exhibit featuring the notorious gangsters of the early 20th century. Discover the fascinating history and legacy of the underworld figures who dominated the streets and captured the imaginations of the public.
Our exhibit features a wide range of artifacts and memorabilia, including weapons, clothing, and personal items of the most infamous gangsters of the era John Dillinger 1932 Studebaker to Bonnie and Clyde's death hats, our collection offers a unique opportunity to see these iconic objects up close.
In addition to the artifacts, our exhibit also features interactive displays and multimedia installations, allowing visitors to experience the sights of the era and learn about the rise and fall of the most notorious gangsters.
As you explore our exhibit, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the organized crime networks that dominated cities across the country, as well as the law enforcement efforts to bring them down. Our knowledgeable staff is on hand to answer your questions and share fascinating insights into the complex world of gangsters and prohibition-era America.
Don't miss your chance to step into the world of the gangsters and experience the intrigue and danger of the early 20th century. Visit us today and discover the legacy of these infamous figures.