The Mob Museum In Nevada Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Anyone familiar with the history of the City of Las Vegas knows that the organized crime, AKA the Mob, played an influential role in the growth of the city. So that makes Las Vegas the perfect place to host The Mob Museum, a multi-faceted view of the mob’s history in the United States and abroad. Take care though, some of the exhibits are definitely NOT for the faint of heart!

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The Mob Museum is located in downtown Las Vegas at 300 Stewart Avenue. It’s open 9 am to 9 pm every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tickets are $20.95 for adults if you buy online and $23.95 in person; $13.95 for Nevada residents with ID. There are also student, military and senior discounts. Children tickets are $13.95 or $10 for locals, and children under 10 are free.

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