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The Mob Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to advance the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society. The Mob Museum offers a bold and authentic view of organized crime from vintage Las...more
All reviews organized crime valentine's day law enforcement interactive exhibits electric chair court room actual courtroom brick wall bullet holes old court house crime lab three hours we spent hours audio tour history buff great history lots of history
Great Museum sat in old Courthouse! The Irony!! Lots of memorabilai and photos! You go thru a timeline from oldest to newest. You also have short films you can watch throughout the tour. I enjoyed it !
You can spend anywhere from 30 minutes to 6 hours in here depending on how much you want to read. It was amazing to learn how the mob has its hand in the start of Las Vegas. It was very cool to see the artifacts...More
4 level self guided tour of organized crime and law enforcement. Lots of homicide crime scenes with nothing held back...ie.head shot executions. I enjoyed my time here but it sort of glorifies all these mob goofs over the years
My husband and I stayed across the street from the Mob Museum so we had to go. We spent quite a few hours here and really enjoyed it! We did two simulations and then got a beer at the speakeasy before starting through the museum....More
Had a fab time here plenty to see and explore, from the actual wall that the mobsters were shot against in the st Valentine’s Day massacre to Al Capone’s gun and the story of the trials that were held to try and bring the mafia...More
This is a must-see when in Vegas! We were blown away by the quality of the displays, as well as the amount of memorabilia within. The museum begins with the roots of Las Vegas, and extensively covers the mob ties of the city (without glamorizing...More
Visited this museum on on 12/10.
The museum is spread over 3 floors and he basement of a building that was once the tallest in Las Vegas. You start on floor 3 and work your way down to the basement where the exit is.
We went on the suggestion from a friend who is a mob historian, and it was an offer we couldn't refuse.
As we made our way to wait for the elevator, we were greeted by a very sharp looking 83 year-old who looked and acted...More