My husband, 11 year old son and I visited the Gangster Museum on our recent trip to Hot Springs, AR. We were looking for a fun activity that would provide a break from the afternoon heat. This fit the bill! The museum includes a guided tour through 7 or 8 rooms that each focus on different times and personalities that helped shape Hot Springs' interesting history with organized crime. I learned a lot about the history of Hot Springs and the huge influence gambling had in shaping it. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and interesting. I wouldn't recommend the tour for younger children as each room has a small TV that gives a short video documentary about the room. The AC made it hard to hear the TV in one or two of the rooms. I do wish there were more actual artifacts although Al Capone's piano and Dillanger's Death Mask were highlights.