1. Brian Langford

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    I visited the Gangster Museum Of America during some down time. I am an Arkansas Native and did learn some additional things about Arkansas history I hadn’t heard from school. I have to say this is not a museum, it is a more like a guided video tour. In each room I was lead through, there were non original pictures and clippings that had either been found online or scanned. In each of the rooms you are led into you get a brief overview of the room which is around 1-2 minutes of dialog the rest is watching a dvd. You move from room to room so quickly its hard to take in what is on the walls. Id have to agree with another user and just watch a documentary on hot springs. There are a few pieces of original items from the time period which are neat.

  2. rita marks

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    It is more fun to watch a documentary on TV then this. Tour guide should speak and explain more instead of leading you to a room to watch small clips in 10 different rooms. Very disappointed to say the least! I had to ask about things in the rooms, should of been an automatic for him to explain props/furniture in the rooms. Please save your money ™™

  3. Lance Little

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    I’m a Mob/Gangster nut, so I was really looking forward to going to the museum while we were in Hot Springs. My wife and I really enjoyed it. I would have like to have seen more artifacts and given a little more time in each area to read and look at the displays. But we really did enjoy it and would visit again if we’re ever back in Hot Springs.

  4. Elizabeth butler

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    Paid 12 dollars, was rushed through there, had no time to read articles or look at the pictures. Watch dvd if you got there in time.

  5. Teresa Chamberlain

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    Worth every minute. Lots of history.