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The Mob Museum: Making Your Event Historically Memorable
In the heart of downtown Las Vegas, The Mob Museum (National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement™) presents a memorable experience filled with high-tech presentations, one-of-a-kind artifacts and interactive environments detailing Mob history from the turn of the 20th century to modern day. Visitors go behind the gunpowder to learn how those involved—on both sides of the law—became legends.

The Mob Museum separates fact from fiction by shedding light onto the Mob’s origins, the battles fought and the imprint that remains today. Learn about the Mob’s biggest players, including Al Capone, Bugsy Siegel and John Gotti, and their audacious crimes. In the realm of law enforcement, guests get briefings on figures, such as J. Edgar Hoover, Eliot Ness and Senator Estes Kefauver to learn about their hard-won victories fighting organized crime.

Throughout this gripping and unforgettable experience, visitors also will see infamous Mob artifacts, such as the bullet-ridden wall from the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago. Spanning three floors and 17,000 square feet of exhibition space, The Mob Museum shows visitors a fascinating look at Mob violence, corruption and conspiracies and the influence of organized crime nationally and internationally. Located in one of the nation’s most famous Mob-run cities, The Mob Museum presents an in-depth look into Mob activity in Las Vegas.

The Mob Museum finds its ideal home in the only historic building recognized on a local and national level in Las Vegas: the very first federal building and U.S. Post Office built in 1933. This building contains one of The Mob Museum’s ultimate artifacts: the courtroom where one of the 14 national hearings to expose organized crime took place in 1950–51. With the historic integrity in place, the courtroom shows visitors the details of those hearings, led by Senator Estes Kefauver, in a theater-style presentation.

The Mob Museum’s 41,000 square feet provide a unique setting and eye-catching backdrop for special events that allows guests to mix and mingle right in the exhibit space. Each room—from intimate boardrooms and corridors to the historic courtroom itself—has its own vibe. Choose the space that best fits your event’s size and style, or rent out The Mob Museum in its entirety for up to 400 guests. Special rates and packages are also available for groups of 12 or more, and The Mob Museum has a list of preferred partners that make every detail a success.

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