Last Updated on June 5, 2020
During the Phase 2 Reopening plan, the Mob Museum is open at 1/3 capacity Daily from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. & the Underground Speakeasy Daily 7 p.m. – Midnight. Pre-Purchased tickets are highly recommended to decrease waiting times. Masks are required for entry & a no-contact wellness check will be administered before entry, so please arrive half an hour before reservation.
The Mob Museum in Las Vegas, NV doesn’t feel like your average museum. If you’re anything like us, you’re not going out of your way and spending $20/person to walk through a museum.
But this is different…
The Mob Museum has three levels of interactive displays. Here are a few examples of how you can get involved: The Line Up – get in a mock police lineup holding a booking card and get your picture taken.
Watch videos – Small rooms setup throughout the museum with about 20 seats in each with a large screen showing a video about a particular topic or gangster. There are also small screens set into the wall with interviews with the mob members who flipped to informant, old police recollection, and newscasts from the time. All very interesting and you can choose which ones you want to watch.
- Pick up an old phone and hear what the wire taps sounded like.
Mob Museum Weapons
On the third floor shows the targets of the G-Men, and you can shoot a gun at the target as practice, but beware…its loud!
You can even try the simulated weapons training the police underwent.
The Courtroom Show
The Courtroom on the second floor of the Mob Museum is an exact replica of the Kefauver Hearings in Las Vegas that put mobsters and businessmen on the stand in the same building you sit in at the Mob Museum.
On the way out you pass by a long wall of 100 Years of Made Men. This is a fascinating way to display the most important and notorious figures in the Mob.
The Mob Museum is a fun couple of hours, a great thing to do in Vegas during the day, and definitely doesn’t feel like a museum.
Mob Museum Speakeasy
The Speakeasy is an underground bar included in the ticket price for the Museum. Go back in time to the Prohibition-era of the roaring 20’s, get a drink at the bar, a bite from the kitchen, and enjoy live jazz.
Entertainment lineup for January (7 to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, 6-10 p.m. on Sundays)
- January 3: Kai Brant
- January 4: Dame Madelyn
- January 5: The Old Fashions
- January 10: Nieve Malandra
- January 11: The Old Fashions
- January 12: Shaun DeGraff Band
- January 16: The Old Fashions
- January 17: Dame Madelyn
- January 18: The Good Hurt
- January 19: Red Penny Arcade
- January 24: The Old Fashions
- January 26: Shaun DeGraff Band
- January 31: Kai Brant
The Underground at the Mob Museum has a selection of cocktails, beer, wine, and shareable plates from the kitchen. Click on the menus below for a PDF version.
Daily: 9am to 8pm
The Underground Speakeasy and Distillery
Daily: 7pm to Midnight
(All permanent exhibits – All day pass)
(All permanent exhibits + one special experience)
(All permanent exhibits + two special experiences)
Q. What are the hours of the Mob Museum?
A. The Mob Museum is open daily from 9am to 9pm.
Q. What kind of tours are available?
A. There are self-guided and audio tours at the Mob Museum. There are also 3 special exhibits – the Distillery Tour and Tasting, Firearm Training Simulator, and the Crime Lab Experience.
Q. Is parking available at the Mob Museum?
A. Limited parking is available in the lot next to The Mob Museum for a $7 fee for the first four hours with an additional hourly charge after that.
Q. Can you take photos in the museum?
A. Yes, photography is allowed in the museum, but flash photography is prohibited.
Q. What is the Mob Museum’s ticket price?
A. See our full pricing chart for Nevada residents and non-residents.