2 Hours 30 Minutes
Learn about infamous Mob artefacts including the wall from the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre and a famous courtroom where one of the most famous organised crime cases ever took place. Learn how law enforcement improved their equipment, embraced new technologies, and developed specialised prosecution strategies to arrest ruthlessly inventive criminals. You can discover more about contemporary organised crime organisations.
Learn about illustrious law enforcement figures like Estes Kefauver, Eliot Ness, and Joe Petrosino, and see the actual courtroom where one of the 14 federal Kefauver Hearings took place in the early 1950s.
Visit The Underground speakeasy and distillery, which is housed in the Museum’s basement, to cap off your trip.
A ticket to The Mob Museum in Las Vegas provides access to all of the exhibits about the infamous conflict between organised crime and law enforcement. Here, you can learn about the history of gangsters.
Just two blocks from the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas is The Mob Museum, where you can get an eye-opening, no-holds-barred look into organised crime. This comprehensive, three-story museum is housed in a former federal courthouse that is designated on the National Register of Historic Places, and your ticket grants you all-day access to it. You will learn the deepest secrets of renowned gangsters like Al Capone, John Gotti, and Whitey Bulger through multimedia presentations, interactive touch screens, pictures, and one-of-a-kind relics. You’ll also learn just how much organised crime figures like Bugsy Siegel, who built the Flamingo casino, one of the first on the Las Vegas Strip, have influenced Las Vegas.Learn about the mob’s activities in the areas of eavesdropping, kidnapping, and drug and human trafficking. You’ll also hear about the valiant efforts of people who have worked to bring mobsters to court, such as Elmer Irey, Estes Kefauver, and Joe Pistone (also known as Donnie Brasco). Visit the courtroom where one of the Kefauver hearings on organised crime was conducted in 1950, when the museum building was still a federal courthouse, and the wall where seven mobster were lined up and killed in the infamous St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. To understand more about organised crime in modern times, you may also interact with a 17-foot-wide touchscreen and listen to actual FBI surveillance tapes. Note: This museum might not be appropriate due to the graphic nature of the subject matter.
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Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
Service animals allowed
Near public transportation
Most travelers can participate
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
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This experience is non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
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