Mississippi Distilled

A PROHIBITION EXHIBITION

Opening July 7, 2020

TICKETS

Discounts are available for children under three, students, seniors, active duty and military veterans, and groups of ten or more.

Tickets may be purchased alone or in combination with admission to the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.

Popping the Cork on Prohibition

Experience stories of Prohibition, piety, and politics in the "wettest dry state" at this immersive new exhibit exploring Mississippi's complex relationship with alcohol—from the colonial period to today.

Prohibition

In the United States, Prohibition was a nationwide constitutional ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages beginning in 1920. For the state of Mississippi, Prohibition began in 1908—twelve years before National Prohibition became law.

Based on information provided by the Mississippi Board of Health about the coronavirus epidemic, the Two Mississippi Museums are reopening on Tuesday, July 7.
All public events are postponed.

Media Kit

Mississippi Distilled: Prohibition, Piety, and Politics, is an immersive exhibition exploring the state’s tumultuous relationship with alcohol from the colonial period to today. It will open Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at the Two Mississippi Museums—Museum of Mississippi History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum—in Jackson.

Read more here.

View Mississippi Distilled Media Kit

For more information contact:

Michael Morris
mmorris@mdah.ms.gov
601-576-6822

Stephenie Morrisey
morrisey@mdah.ms.gov
601-576-6545