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Alphonse Gabriel Capone first came to Hot Springs in the early 20s. An exact date is not known, but we do know that he and his boss, Johnny Torrio, stayed at the Majestic Hotel prior to his owning a suite on the fourth floor of the Arlington hotel.Find Out More
The Power Brokers gallery is an expose of one of the first political machines in America that laid the foundation for Hot Springs becoming the largest illegal gambling operation in the country.FIND OUT MORE
Alvin Karpis was America's last official Public Enemy No. 1. Born in Canada, Karpis would soon find that there was an easier way to make money than working for it. He came to America at an early age to seek his fortune, and before long he was taking everyone else'sFIND OUT MORE
Take yourself back to the days of the 20's, 30's, and 40's when mineral water, gambling, bootlegging, and other extreme pleasures brought visitors from all over the world to Hot Springs, Arkansas. The Gangster Museum of America is an historic and entertaining account of how some of the most notorious criminals in America co-existed with the quaint population of this little valley town in the mountains of central Arkansas. The audiovisual experience of the seven galleries is in itself worth the price of admission. Play in the antique casino and hear the historian in the museum theater relate who, what, when, and where stories that are fascinating, informative, and educational.
Alvin Karpis was America’s last official Public Enemy No. 1. Born ...
It’s no secret that Hot Springs operated the largest illegal gambling ...
Charles “Lucky” Luciano was not so lucky as his nickname would ...