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The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement, is a world-class destination in downtown Las Vegas. Housed in the very first U.S. Post Office and Courthouse in Las Vegas, the building was restored and re-purposed to bring you the thrilling story of organized crime and la...
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A local favorite, and great place to visit, take pictures in, and see items you wouldn't find anywhere else.
Near Fremont Street! The Mob Museum, officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. Visit The New Speakeasy and Distillery. Drink Like They Drank During Prohibition. Amazing New Exhibits: Crime Lab, Use of Force Training, and Organized Crime Today
AMAZING. Three full floors of very interesting mob stuff. The exhibits are very fun. There is a gun training which is a lot of fun.Staff very friendly. They also have a forensics lab to play with. The best part of the experience was the speakeasy on the lower floor. Secret rooms, great atmosphere…
Interesting history of Las Vegas it's ties with Mafia and famous past entertainers (e.g., Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin).
The Mob Museum, officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is a history museum located in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada.
“Really fun and interactive museum. Perfect to take some memorable pictures to take back home as a reminder of your Vegas trip. ”
“This place is very unique it is an outdoor shopping and eating market built entirely out of recycled shipping containers. There are also free concerts on the weekend! A must see! ”
“This place is a must visit for shopping therapy enthusiasts. 🛍 One, has a big variety of stores to choose from, such as, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Kate Spade New York, Lululemon, and more. Their products always change to reflect the season a costumer will visit the shopping outlet, winter, summer, etc. And the best part? The majority of those shops have up to 70% off of their products all year around. And at the same time, options to drink and/or eat, are available as well, such as Chipotle, The Cheesecake Factory and more. Tip: If you have a local friend, better you invite them along. Non residents of Nevada are required to pay a parking fee (around $7), when on the other side Las Vegas residents just have to scan their ID and parking ticket without having to pay anything.”
“Want to see some theatre? Check this beautiful space out for our broadway shows! ”