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The Mob Museum is, in my view, one of the most interesting places to visit in Vegas. It is a journey through mob and crime fighting history. Also, a journey through America's, Hollywood's and Vegas it's murky past. The museum is not only educational but also fun and entertaining. Highlights are participating in a police training simulation game, getting yourself photographed in a police lineup and attending mafia hearings. Visiting is highly recommended.
A 3 floor Museum full of lots to see and films to watch.Staff very friendly. You are given a paper bracelet to wear and can leave the museum and re enter free that day with the bracelet.
The Museum Was Very Educational And Interactive. I Really Enjoyed It!
We had an awesome time, it was our first trip to Vegas. We will go again
The Mob Museum is a must-see in this town. Being Las Vegas a place that doesn't cherish its past, renewing itself every couple of years, it is a surprise to cross your path with a museum like this: from the original building to the artifacts displayed, a lot of History is being told in there. Very engaging and interactive, this museum will enlighten you about many things we see only in movies.
My wife and I visited last week the MOB MUSEUM. It was a tour through the history of the Mafia in the United States during the 20th century. Mafia story I knew superficially through the videos, however, when I saw photos of members of "families" of enemy killed is possible to feel the intensity of the moment.
Brilliant. Very interesting and you also get to take a mugshot photo.
Easy to get to and very near the Fremont Shops.
A fascinating museum -- a great way to spend a hot day in Las Vegas.
Any fans of Godfather, Casino type films and the mob history of Vegas will love this place! Easily accessible from the Strip you should allow around 3 hours to ensure you see everything in the museum. Plenty of facts, films and memorabilia
Was really beyond expectation. This is something that is a must do when in Vegas.
I was soooooooo excited to come here and it lived up to every one of my expectations! AWESOME!
This museum was highly informative and much more than I expected! If you love movies like Godfather, Scarface, Casino etc., this place is a MUST!!!!!
The Mob Museum is very well done. We stayed three hours and enjoyed
every minute of it. It was very informative. A must for anyone interested
in history of Las Vegas and other cities where the Mob ruled.
This place is a treasure for the downtown Las Vegas area! It was much bigger inside than I had thought and extremely interesting to see the dark truths behind mobs and gangs in America. Many interactive exhibits and displayed in fun eye-catching environments. Definitely check this out if you venture toward Fremont Street during your stay!
Easy to get to, great location. We enjoyed this museum - 3 hours to see everything. Informative, interesting, interactive, most enjoyable for most ages.
This attraction was very interesting, it had multiple exhibits that engaged you with the history of the mob.
Very informative and interesting with lots to look at and learn. Had a great time with the interactive features at the museum.
What a cool museum! The history of the mob in the USA (not just in Vegas) was outlined in so much detail with fascinating facts, spine-chilling memorabilia and interactive games. There are so many exhibits to go through (3 floors) that we spent over 3 hours inside the museum. Worth every penny!
Had an awesome time. It’s a very interactive museum that really takes you back in time
OMG this was amazing. The interactive parts of the museum were fun especially where they let you line up and take an actual mug shot. All the people were dressed slick and really into the theme of the museum. I took so many pictures and it was really cool that they had short clips and an area where you can shoot people (like a game). I would so go again.
The museum had a lot of interesting and unexpected memorabilia. I liked how they used both fiction and non-fiction characters to demonstrate the saturation of the mafia into American culture.