- This ticket to the Mob Museum Las Vegas lets you learn about the history of gangsters at The Mob Museum in Las Vegas with an entrance ticket to all the exhibits about the notorious battle between organized crime and law enforcement
- See movies, mob artifacts depicting gangster history, and more
- Learn the story of organized crime in Las Vegas and the US at The Mob Museum
- Get acquainted with the main players on both sides of the battle, such as Al Capone and Elliot Ness
- Watch mob movies and listen in to wiretaps the government used to catch mobsters
- Visit a working speakeasy and distillery in the basement
- See the courtroom where one of the nationwide hearings to expose organized crime took place
With this admission ticket to The Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas you can enter the notorious world of organized crime and the constant battle with law enforcers, learning the story from both sides.
Watch high-tech theater presentations, see iconic one-of-a-kind artifacts and interactive exhibits, and discover the whole truth and nothing but the truth! Separate fact from fiction and shed light on how The Mob came to be, the battles that were fought, and what remains today. Learn about the biggest players, such as Al Capone, Whitey Bulger, Bugsy Siegel, John Gotti, and many more.
Discover infamous Mob artifacts, such as the wall from the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, and a historic courtroom that was the site of one of the most prolific trials in organized crime history. Explore how law enforcement continually evolved to catch ruthlessly creative criminals, learning how to arm themselves better, adopt new technologies, and devise unique prosecution tactics. You can also learn about how organized crime groups operate today.
Get acquainted with legendary law enforcers, such as Joe Petrosino, Eliot Ness, and Estes Kefauver, and explore the actual courtroom where one of the 14 federal Kefauver Hearings was held in the early 1950s.
Finish your tour with a visit to The Underground speakeasy and distillery, located in the Museum’s basement. Enjoy a handcrafted cocktail, and see where the Museum distills its signature line of spirits — all while surrounded by artifacts and educational displays from the 1920s. Mob Museum Las Vegas is a must see attraction.
More About Mob Museum Las Vegas
The Mob Museum Las Vegas provides a world-class, interactive journey through true stories. From the birth of the Mob, to today’s headlines. Shadows and whispers. G-Men and Made Men. Whether you like it or not, this is American history. Located steps from Fremont Street, the Museum provides an experience unlike any other.
The Museum, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, was designed by a world-class team. They are known for other successful museums that serve to reinvigorate communities and neighborhoods, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio and the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.
The Mob Museum cost approximately $42 million to construct and was funded through local, state and federal grants. Approximately $12.4 million came from general fund sources with $8.3 million coming from matching local, state and federal grants that were awarded following the city’s financial commitment from both its general fund and Redevelopment Agency funding source that can only be spent on projects located in the city’s redevelopment area. General funds were allocated for the Museum in 2004. Grants of note include a Save America’s Treasures grant from the National Park Service, multi-year grants from the Nevada Commission for Cultural Affairs and local grants from the Commission for the Las Vegas Centennial and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
The Mob Museum was awarded accreditation on March 1, 2017. This is the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums from the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). This distinction means our Museum meets National Standards and Best Practices for U.S. museums and we join a select community of institutions that have chosen to hold themselves publicly accountable to these standards and best practices.