Commitment to Safety


To our friends and family,

The past year has been nothing short of incredibly challenging, with each of us affected by a health and economic crisis of a magnitude once unthinkable.  Sadly, for many people, it has been a time of profound hardship and loss.  In our organization, this has offered sobering perspective and a sharp reminder of what is most important to us.

Since opening in 2012, our Museum has welcomed over 2.5 million guests, and we have operated every day with an insatiable desire to be the very best at what we do.  We exist to deliver value to the public, advancing our mission by preserving history, fostering discourse, and providing truly one-of-a-kind experiences.  Fundamentally, this means we are in service to others.  With that comes a hierarchy of obligations we must fulfill, with the health and safety of our guests and employees rising above all else.  Nothing is more essential.

During the closure, our team worked unceasingly, with singular focus: creating a museum environment that carefully considers personal well-being within the new realities of public engagement.  To this end, we have applied the very same high standards that have guided the creation of our exhibits, programs, and other guest amenities.   We eagerly anticipate your next visit – and when you do return, there are a number of changes you can expect to find as a result of our enhanced safety procedures. Below are a few items I want to highlight.

  • We are limiting Museum entry to 50% of fire code capacity.
  • The frequency of deep sanitizing occurring after-hours will be dramatically increased. The process and disinfectants used will be certified by a hospital grade cleaning service.  Throughout the day, you will observe staff diligently cleaning, with an emphasis on frequent contact surfaces.
  • UV light sterilization will be used on any equipment, such as audio tour devices, that will be handled for prolonged periods by guests. This process is non-toxic, environmentally friendly, and highly effective in eliminating bacteria and viruses.
  • Advance reservations with timed tickets, purchased online or over the phone, are strongly encouraged to allow minimal wait times. This is especially important to ensure guest parties will be separated by at least six feet within queuing areas.
  • We employ a wellness check process for all individuals working in the building to reduce the likelihood of preventable exposure. This will include temperature check certifications for all employees, volunteers and vendor staff.
  • All individuals will be required to wear face masks for the duration of their time inside the Museum, with exceptions made only at management discretion in situations where sufficient alternative precautions are possible, and while eating or drinking in designated locations.
  • Guests may opt for complimentary disposable paper masks, gloves and the use of a stylus for manipulating touchscreens.
  • Exhibits throughout the Museum have been reconfigured and modified to better manage guest flow and to reduce physical handling.
  • Seating in The Underground will be decreased to 50% of fire code capacity and with a minimum of six feet separation between tables. Single-use and downloadable QR code menus and other table service precautions will minimize contact.
  • Our HVAC system has been thoroughly cleaned and upgraded. Air within the Museum will be exchanged at least twelve times an hour.  HEPA filters have been added to the Speakeasy space to address droplet-sized airborne particulates.

All of these modifications were thoughtfully evaluated in concert with guidelines set forth by the Southern Nevada Health District, Centers for Disease Control, and other industry specific best practices.  If you wish to read more detail about our reopening plan and procedures, please follow this link.

I must also mention a particular point of pride and offer one final assurance.  Through the years, we have developed a wonderful reputation for our staff friendliness.  In fact, many of you who frequent the Museum have come to know our team members personally.  When you next visit, it may seem a bit unusual at first.  Team members will be physically distant and they will be wearing masks, as they follow our new operational plan that prioritizes health and safety.  Nevertheless, you should not doubt the genuine delight we will feel to welcome you back.  It simply cannot be overstated, you provide us with purpose.

For those who are not yet able to visit, please know that we have enhanced our digital content offerings.  Virtual Community Safety Forums, educational outreach resources for families and teachers, digital exhibitions, virtual tours, blogs, and more are available on our website and mobile app. Visit or download The Mob Museum’s free mobile app for Android and iPhones.

Our organization is grateful for your ongoing support, and we are looking forward to seeing you at the Museum very soon!

Jonathan Ullman
President & CEO, The Mob Museum




The Mob Museum: Daily: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The Underground: Sunday–Thursday: Noon to 10 p.m.
Friday–Saturday: Noon to midnight


Advance online reservations for timed ticketing are strongly encouraged.
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All guests over 2 years of age are required to wear a mask over their nose and mouth during their visit and maintain 6′ social distance.

Hand Sanitizer

Produced and bottled onsite

  • Our liquid hand sanitizer is produced onsite in the Museum’s award-winning distillery with 80 percent denatured alcohol. It is clear and completely free of any added scents, dyes or perfumes. Formula follows FDA-issued guidance.
  • Automatic touchless dispensers will be located in key areas throughout the Museum building.
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  • One-time use masks are available to guests without a face covering and gloves are available upon request.
  • Consistent with the current recommendations of the CDC, The Mob Museum requires all individuals above the age of two to wear masks. If a cloth face covering will lead to breathing difficulties, the Museum will make available face shields.



How can I purchase tickets?

Timed tickets can be purchased online at or by phone.

When can I use my tickets?

Tickets must be used for the specified time slot.

Are masks required?

Yes. Consistent with the current recommendations of the CDC, The Mob Museum requires all individuals above the age of two to wear masks. If a cloth face covering will lead to breathing difficulties, the Museum will make available face shields.

What are the Museum’s hours of operation?

Visit the Museum's Hours & Directions page for more information on hours of operation.

Is The Underground speakeasy and distillery open?

Guests can visit the speakeasy with Museum admission or through the speakeasy side door using the weekly password found at @mobmuseum_underground’s Instagram. To tour The Underground distillery, please reserve a Distillery Tour & Tasting with your Deluxe or Premier pass. Click here for all hours.

Are the Crime Lab, Firearm Training Simulator and Distillery Tour experiences available?

Yes, you can book your experience with a Premier or a Deluxe pass available online.

Are masks required in The Underground speakeasy?

Masks can be taken off while eating and drinking in The Underground, but we ask guests to please minimize the amount of time masks are removed and to put them back on afterwards.

Who can I contact if I have questions regarding the Museum’s health and safety procedures and COVID-19 cases?

For additional questions, please reach out to our Chief Operating Officer Mark Achenbach at