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Discover the scandalous stories of the mob’s most infamous gangsters at the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas. Explore the fascinating interactive exhibits, artifacts and digital experiences, learning more about the lives of Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, J. Edgar Hoover and many other criminals from Sin City and beyond. See the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre wall, a Tommy gun, the Nevada gas chamber chair and much more. Then find out how law enforcement brought down Mob operations throughout the years — all inside this world-class history museum.
  • Admission to The Mob Museum in Las Vegas
  • Learn about famous mob gangsters including Al Capone, John Gotti and Bugsy Siegel
  • See the actual wall used in the St Valentine’s Day Massacre
  • Discover how law enforcement has brought down Mob operations
  • View the courtroom where the historic Kefauver committee hearings on organized crime were conducted
  • Listen to real FBI surveillance tapes and take part in FBI weapons training
The Mob Museum, officially known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is located on Stewart Avenue in downtown Las Vegas, just two blocks from the popular Fremont Street Experience.
This all-day admission ticket provides access to this comprehensive three-story museum, located in a former federal courthouse building listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Enjoy a world-class, interactive journey from the birth of the Mob to today’s headlines. This authentic, eye-opening view of organized crime’s impact on the world, reveals an inside look at the events and characters in the ongoing battle between the Mob and law enforcement.
Real-life stories are presented with three floors of engaging, multi-sensory exhibits and unparalleled insights from those on the front lines of both sides of the battle. The Mob Museum offers a provocative, contemporary look at this fascinating topic through hundreds of artifacts and immersive storylines.
Enter a virtual environment modeled on training for law enforcement personnel. Discover how organized crime has changed and how law enforcement has brought down the Mob over the years. Peruse the Wall of Infamy, featuring famous mobsters like Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, J. Edgar Hoover, John Gotti and many more — 100 years of ‘made men.’ And that’s only on the first floor.
Further along, learn about the Kefauver Hearings and see the courtroom that put businessmen, politicians and mobsters on the proverbial hot seat. Discover a Las Vegas mobsters described as ‘open’ — for gambling and profits, that is. Find out about Jimmy Hoffa’s friends in the Mob. See the Mob’s involvement in the assassination of a president. And so much more.
Finally, no trip is complete without a souvenir photo as a suspect in a police lineup. 
Note: Due to the graphic nature of the subject matter, the Mob Museum may not be suitable for children under 12. Discretion is advised.


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, Jul 2018

great museum! Expect to stay about 2-3 hours

, Jan 2018

An interesting visit that took longer than expected. Crammed with memorabilia and interactive exhibits and close to Fremont street.

, Jan 2018

Well worth a visit, but when we arrived there were discounted tickets on the door for students and OAPs. Allow a bit of time to get there

, Jan 2018

This was Great !!!!!

, Dec 2017

Loved it!! Covers over 3 floors with photos, interactive exhibits, tv screens to watch covering every aspect of the Mob you could ever think of. The staff are all very nice and friendly and the location is amazing in the centre of downtown Las Vegas.
I spent over 3 hours wandering about trying and watching everything and loved every minute.
If you are interested at all in mafia then this place is a must.

, Nov 2017

This tour was amazing!

, Nov 2017


, Sep 2017

The museum exceeded my expectations. It was very interesting and well thought out. We were told that there will be changes and development coming up, so I will be very keen to go back in a year and experience the museum again.

, Aug 2017

This was a great experience, very interesting and the line up photo was great fun.

, Aug 2017

Really interesting and worth doing

, Aug 2017

The Mob museum is very interesting, but it is in downtown Vegas on a nearly empty block and the bus ride round trip from the Strip is terrible.

, Aug 2017

This tour is definitely worth your time and money.

, May 2017

Really interesting museum. Allow plenty of time at least 2 hours, as there is a lot to see!

, May 2017

Amazing tour
Massive to walk around but worth it
Gun training was funny
Bar inside too
Well worth it
Deuce bus from strip $ 8 all day travel , takes you outside it then 5 mins walk to Fremont
Bus back out side heart attack food joint ( look in the window it's so funny )
Eat in it if you dare

, Apr 2017

I say do this tour if this type of nostalgia is your thing. Its very informative and interactive. This is not a tour I would have chose for myself but it is something another member of my party wanted to do.

, Mar 2017

If you love gangstas Mafia and mobsters this is definently your kind of the place. The history and explanations involved very on point and detailed. Amazing videos and plenty to do and see whilst there. Lots of artifiacts to look over. Fantastic!

, Feb 2017

we went to vegas to celebrate my mom's birthday. we went to the museum the last day of our trip. it took us like 3 to 3.5 hrs to see everything. it is really interesting and complete. We had a really good time, highly recommended

, Jan 2017

Lots of great history and photo ops

, Jan 2017

Highly recommend this museum! Give yourself plenty of time to enjoy the history and videos!

, Jan 2017

The history of Vegas interests me and I have always been intrigued by 'The Mob'... but this was way more entertaining and fun than I thought it would be! My wife is barely interested in such things... but she really enjoyed this place too. It's a cool building with some very interesting displays and some fun little inter-active things. The irony of being able to buy a beer and walk around drinking it in a former COURTHOUSE that has a significant amount of information about PROHIBITION ! kept bringing a smile to my face. The souvenir shop at the end is quite cool and then you exit the place and, viola!, you are a tiny walk from Freemont Street.

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