Matching Game - San Francisco Landmarks
O-MGSFRegular price $9.95
Test your memory with our San Francisco matching game- the perfect game for people of all ages to play together! Comes with 24 sets of cards, each with an image of one of the iconic landmarks of San Francisco. Lay all of the pieces out upside down, and each player gets a chance to flip two cards over. Match the two cards, and win the set. The player with the most matching sets at the end of the game wins!
Playing Cards - Alcatraz Inmate Slang
O-292Regular price $5.95
Tough Prison, Tough Men, Tough Talk! Learn all of the slang terms used by inmates at Alcatraz with our inmate slang playing cards!
Harmonica - Alcatraz
O-134Regular price $9.95
Regulation 46 states: "Permission to play instruments in the Band, Orchestra, or bathrooms may be granted to inmates in good standing."
Strike a note and join the Alcatraz Band!
Warning: Small Parts. Not intended for children under 8 years old.
Cards - Alcatraz Prisoner Profiles
O-951Regular price $12.95
Thirty notorious Alcatraz prisoners are profiled in this fascinating deck of mug shots and records. Includes guard duties, warden biographies, prison slang, and more. Find out the stories behind such famous Alcatraz prisoners as Al Capone, Robert "Birdman" Stroud, Doc Barker, and "Machine Gun" Kelly, among others. Forty-five fact-filled cards in all.
Baseball - Alcatraz
O-242Regular price $9.95
Play ball! Bring history to life with this collectible Alcatraz baseball.
At US Penitentiary Alcatraz, baseball was a way to escape the monotony of prison life. Inmates were allowed to play softball in the recreation yard on Saturdays and Sundays. Competition was fierce, and prisoners named their teams after popular clubs of the day, like the Cardinals, Cubs, and Giants. In October 1955, radio jacks were installed in cells, and as a special treat, inmates were given the day off to listen to Game 7 of the World Series.
Did You Know?
At Alcatraz, due to the scarcity and preciousness of sports equipment, balls hit over the recreation yard wall were considered outs, not home-runs.
Whistle - USP Alcatraz
O-167Regular price $7.95
No weapons were allowed on the floor of the Alcatraz cellhouse, so officers carried whistles to summon help in case of trouble. Whistle blasts also directed inmates to come to attention, stop work, start moving, and other commands. Like many pieces of equipment used in the Alcatraz penitentiary, the brass whistle was originally designed for military use.
Warning: Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years old.
Playing Cards - Alcatraz Rules and Regulations
O-11212Regular price $5.95
Every prisoner on Alcatraz Island was subject to many rules and regulations. This fascinating deck of playing cards highlights 52 rules that guided prison life in the most famous prison in Federal Penitentiary history.
Pop Out and Play Set - Alcatraz Island
C-PPAZRegular price $4.98
Let your imagination soar with this Alcatraz Island Pop Out and Play Set.
Sitting in the middle of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island is an exciting place. A popular national park surrounded by a bustling seaport, it's a great place to take in some spectacular sights—from windsurfers to sailboats, or even a whale or two, you never know what you might see in the sea!
With this charming pop-out play set, you can create and enjoy your very own Alcatraz Island. Each play set contains three pop-out sheets, made from sturdy paper board printed with vegetable-based ink. Perforated cut-outs and simple notches allow for easy assembly.
Ages 4 and up.
WARNING: contains small parts. Not recommended for children under 4 years.