The Mob Museum

History Museum
300 Stewart Ave (btwn 4th St & Casino Center Blvd)
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 229-2734
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm


  • Welcome now youre part of the family. Youll learn a lot here, but some things are better left unexplained capiche?
  • For an unconventional day out, treat your group to an excursion unlike any other - the entire museum is available to rent for private parties, corporate events, or just because you don't like crowds.
  • Find the floor this particular artifact appears on.
  • Learn about the hit squad Murder Inc., iconic gangster Bugsy Siegel, the wiseguys who the FBI investigated after JFK's assassination and a whole slew of other nefarious characters.
  • On the 3rd floor -- in the prohibition section -- make sure you wait until the movie stops & screen goes up. An artifact will be revealed.
  • Take a bit of the family business home with you - Las Vegas and Godfather editions of Monopoly, casino-precision dice and a deluxe, clay-chip poker set are available for purchase in the on-site store.
  • Discover such artifacts as the barber chair in which Albert Anastasia was assassinated in 1957 and a revolver found at the scene of the Saint Valentines Day Massacre.
  • Las Vegas: Bugsy's El Cortez makes Historic Places list via Los Angeles Times
  • The federal courthouse where the 1950 Kefauver Hearings on Organized Crime were held is now a museum dedicated to the history of mobsters. Among the exhibits are real weapons used by Mafia hit men.
  • The Funk House sold the Mob Museum Store some of the props/antiques they have! Check it out
  • Interesting. 3 floors and they recommend an hour on each one. Downtown near Freemont Street. Glad we came to it.
  • The Mob Museum (originally a Courthouse & Post Office) was built in 1933 - the last year of prohibition. Work crews built a Gin bottle into a west side wall trying to cover up their drinking.
  • Fall Speaker Series Line-up: A former undercover FBI agent, a global organized crime tracker and a legendary crime-fighting attorney. Tickets for 9/19, 10/17 & 11/13 lectures on sale at box office.
  • Great history! Many graphic photos...not for small kids.
  • Ahh, Las Vegas' obsession with organized crime and murderous thugs knows no bounds. Gift shop is over priced, but staff is super nice.
  • Muito bom isso vvhhhh
  • Great speakers scheduled for this year. The membership is quickly recovered in a couple of visits to the Museum or the events. Always recommend this place.
  • We loved this place, it was interesting and I love that there is a lot of hands on activities. Great job.
  • Did you know there's a steel plate in the judge's bench in the historic courtroom. It was meant for the judge to duck behind should gunfire erupt.
  • Give yourself at least two hours to view all exhibits.

Nearby places

300 Stewart Ave
129 Fremont St (at S Casino Center Blvd)
201 N 3rd St (at E Ogden Ave)