Get an education in Mob history as you tour the artifacts, characters, and events that shaped not only Las Vegas, but also America as a whole. From the birth of the Mob to today’s headlines, the Mob Museum takes a look at the journey of organized crime through true stories and multi-sensory exhibits. Located in a restored 1933 former courthouse and post office building located off Fremont Street, this accredited museum continues to accumulate accolades, including Travel + Leisure’s “Best Places to Visit” and The Huffington Post’s “10 Places Every American Should See.” Whether you take an hour or three, the Mob Museum is the perfect way to spend a day learning about the characters that helped make Las Vegas the Sin City.
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Critically acclaimed worldwide and loved by the locals, The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, pays homage to an integral but also controversial part of American history. This 501(c)3 nonprofit has a mission to advance the public’s understanding of organized crime and the impact it has played on society in America. With a provocative and contemporary perspective, get an inside look at the continuing battle between the Mob and the law. Through high-tech theater presentations, hundreds of artifacts and interactive exhibits – this is your chance to discover the true events and characters of the mob’s history like never before with discount tickets from BestofVegas.com.
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