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The Museum of the American Cocktail
515 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Open Tuesday - Sunday 10AM - 5PM

The first and the only museum dedicated to the history of American cocktails is open in New Orlean - the birthplace of many classic cocktails including Sazerac, Ramos Gin Fizz and Hurricane. The exhibition is located on the second floor of the historic New Orleans Pharmacy Museum in the heart of French Quarter. The exhibition shows a close up view of over two hundred years of American cocktails. Artifacts include vintage cocktail shakers, American prohibition-era literature and music, antique barware and memorabilia.


Pharmacy Museum is located at 514 Chartres St.



Exhibition begins here


Collection of over 200 years of cocktail history and memorabilia

Hollywood Cocktails Display



History of Cocktail display


"The Anti-Saloon League of Kansas"


"Medicinal" whiskies during the American prohibition


Tiki Cocktails


Founded by Dale DeGroff and a talented network of bartenders, collectors, historians and writers on the subject, the Museum offers exhibits and unique presentations of American cocktails. To become a member of the museum and receive great discounts on seminars and the original publications, please call 516 355 6319.

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