© 2013, The Albany Museum of Political Corruption

 

 

 

Admission* (bribes)

Adult bribe: $12.50 

Children's Bribes* $6.50

Children under the age of 12, but parents are encouraged to lie about the age of their children.

 

Corrupt politicians get in for free


Every Tuesday is couples day!  Bring a friend

​or co-conspirator!




"best idea of 2013!"

~ Chris Weigant , THE HUFFINGTON POST

 


 

 


 

*Prices subject to change without notice

 

 

 


 

 "Kick-back Against Corruption Month 2014!"

Week Two: Quid Pro Quo of Honor


 Kick-Back Against Corruption will be a month-long series of initiatives to introduce the Albany Museum of Political Corruption to the public and to the elected officials of New York State and to raise awareness of how political corruption affects the community  Albany their home.  


WEEK TWO: Items bearing the above "Quid Pro Quo of Honor" logo are now available at the online Museum store.  A card bearing that logo will be sent to NY State legislators and other officials.  Your purchase of an item bearing that logo will help defray the cost.  Also, 10% of profits from this initiative will be donated to the City of Albany. 


​Items bearing the above logo can be found at:

 

http://bit.ly/1cvKq3b 

It's funny, but it's serious!

For Albany City, State Corruption Might Just be the Goose that Laid the Golden Egg


Albany, NY.   Proposed construction of the building of a Museum of Political Corruption could be a boon to the City of Albany.  The museum would be a tourist attraction unique in the world.  The value of such an attraction has already been considered by The Business Review, The Times Union, and MSN-Money.   While the business model for the museum is still being worked out,  Bruce Roter, the museum's founder is determined to ensure that a reasonable sum of the profits be returned to the City of Albany.  "It's been the City of Albany whose name continuously gets dragged through the mud," says Roter. "The City ought to profit from this and use the money for enhancement projects."   There is no doubt the museum would create jobs as well and add to the general draw of the revitalized downtown area.