Date: February 14, 2016
Time: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Cost: Free day for locals and buy-one-get-one for non-locals

This Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14, The Mob Museum celebrates its Fourth Anniversary with a free day for Nevada residents with I.D. and buy one, get one for  non-locals. The Museum first opened its doors on February 14, 2012. In honor of our nonprofit Museum’s Fourth Anniversary and to help support our continued efforts to provide educational programming, a suggested donation of $4 is requested.

To those planning to attend the Museum on Sunday, February 14 for our Fourth Anniversary, be advised that the Museum will be busy throughout the day and there may be a wait time outside the Museum to get inside. Starting at 9 a.m., a check-in table for locals will be set up on the front steps where you and your families will show your IDs before entering the Museum. Each family member must be present to receive a wristband (one person cannot collect wristbands for the entire group). Non-locals may enter through the doors and proceed to the box office. Presentations of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Tommy guns will also take place on February 13 for those who choose not to come on Sunday.

The Mob Museum’s signature artifacts include some of the most iconic in Mob history such as the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Wall where seven men affiliated with the Moran gang were murdered by the South Side Italian gang led by Al Capone in Chicago on February 14, 1929.

For details on the special presentations (and artifact sneak peeks) taking place February 13-15, click here

More information on the wall can be found here.