The Museum of Political Corruption is a 501 (C)(3) ​nonprofit organization. 

       For major donations, please contact us at AlbanyMPC@gmail.com

Dedicate your tax deductible gift (of $5 or more) to a political leader and we'll send him or her an acknowledgement letter (you'll be prompted at the end of the process to provide his or her name and address). 

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“I was so taken with Roter’s idea, I wrote a column about it, and then did something I have never done before — I wrote him a check.  If more people wrote a check to Roter instead of to politicians, the state would be in a far better place.”
-Ken Tingley, The Post Star

The Museum of Political Corruption, a 501(C)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan institution, is dedicated to empowering the public through a better understanding of political corruption and efforts to achieve political reform. The Museum serves the public good by promoting ethical governance.

MPC NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST!  ​And the Winner is.....

BRANDON GRANT,

OSWEGO, NY!

"In a government where money talks, morals mean almost nothing."  

congratulations Brandon!

Read Brandon's essay here!


 

 

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sample floor plan for the museum

Forget the standard tourist attractions cities regularly set aside funding for. A professor in Albany, NY has a unique idea for a local venue that could, no doubt, be replicated elsewhere: a museum of political corruption.

Bruce Kennedy, MSN-Money

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Located in historic downtown Albany, New York, The Museum of Political Corruption will offer tourists a fascinating, informative  journey through New York State's “rich” history of political corruption. The Museum will feature interactive exhibits, offer lectures on political ethics, and serve as a sounding board for visitors to express their views. An institution unlike any other, The Museum of Political Corruption is destined to become one of upstate New York's most visited tourist attractions!


 


 

 

 

 

*Prices subject to change without notice


 


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!