The Mob Museum

Journey through interactive exhibits to learn about the history of not only law enforcement but of organized crime and how it continues to shape today’s world.

The Infamous and Their Crimes

The Mob Museum, also known as The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, houses three stories of artifacts from some of the most notorious criminals of Las Vegas and the United States. One installation is a wall made from the blood-stained bricks found on the scene of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, a seven-man slaughter allegedly orchestrated by mobster Al Capone. In another area of the museum, visitors sit in a courtroom to learn about criminal trials. Another feature is a display dedicated to Nevada’s gas chamber.

Law Enforcement and G-Men

FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover played an important role in bringing down some of the toughest criminals in American history. Learn about him and other notable crime stoppers in multisensory exhibits throughout The Mob Museum. You will learn about the equipment and training used in the past and how it is used today as law enforcement continues to fight rackets such as piracy, counterfeiting, money laundering, and human and drug trafficking.

Self-Led and Guided Tours

General admission to The Mob Museum includes access to all three floors of the museum’s exhibits. Tickets for adults 18 and older cost $23.95, but reduced rates are available for seniors and younger children. For an additional $4, you may add an audio tour, or you may take a 90-minute guided with a museum host for $10 plus the cost of admission. While at the museum, be sure to experience a suspect line-up for a great photo opportunity. Don’t forget to stop by the gift shop for souvenirs and gangster apparel!

Top Tip: If you are a teacher, student, or member of law enforcement, show your identification to receive a huge discount on admission.