Celebrate the Jazz Age as you enjoy a craft cocktail in our historic Bingham-Hanna Mansion!
The Cleveland History Center is hosting their next History on Tap event on Saturday, June 19, 2020 from 5-9pm. Celebration Cleveland’s Jazz Age in the historic Bingham-Hanna Mansion, transformed to feel like a 1920s speakeasy! Guests will be immersed in 1920’s Cleveland—from high-class glam to the seedy underbelly. Learn about the city’s mob history while enjoying prohibition-era craft cocktails from Cleveland’s own Western Reserve Distillery as well as local craft beer & wine. Guests should dress to impress, wear their dancing shoes and be ready to enjoy an evening out in the Roaring 20s!
– Prohibition-style cocktail lessons with the Western Reserve Distillery
– Pop-up talk on Cleveland’s Mob history
– Highlighted Collection pieces including a pop-up display of 1920’s attire from the Chisholm Halle Costume Collection.
– Themed activities, raffle, and Costume Contest!
History on Tap is the Cleveland History Center’s after-dark adult programming series celebrating the creepy, the sexy, and the little known stories from Cleveland history. Guest will enjoy partying with the past during these unique experiences featuring our extensive collections, historic spaces, and local food & drink. VIP Open Bar passes are available by pre-order online only! Drinks and food will be available for purchase during the evening as well.
$15 member open bar wristband (Advance online purchase only. Last day to purchase: 04.03.2020)
$25 non-member open bar wristband (Advance online purchase only. Last day to purchase: 04.03.2020 )
DAY OF – Regular admission prices
FREE for WRHS Members
$4 GLBC bottle beer
TBD- Bourbon Tasting and/or Premium Craft Cocktail