The Mob Museum Ninth Anniversary | Sponsored by NV Energy
The Mob Museum will mark its ninth anniversary on Sunday, February 14 with free admission for Nevada residents, sponsored by NV Energy.
- Take a closer look into the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre with a video presentation featuring rare images, artifacts and insights into the crime and investigation.
- Throughout February, sip on a specialty scotch flight and, from February 12–14, enjoy hand-crafted cocktails carefully curated to toast to the celebratory occasion.
- Take pictures with a finely rendered, life-size sculpture of the notorious Chicago Mob boss Al Capone.
- Shop a new collection of retail items, including a limited-edition Mob Museum building replica, available online at store.themobmuseum.org
- Guests who attend receive a 10% discount* on food and beverage throughout the day, including at concessions and The Underground speakeasy.
*Discount not valid on souvenir spirit bottles or other retail items. Must be 21+ to visit The Underground speakeasy.
Due to limited availability, reservations are required. Advanced reservations are now sold out.
Nevada residents receive a discount on admission every day of the week. Plus, visit us every Tuesday after 1 p.m. for Buy One, Get One admission to the Museum. All you need to do is show a valid Nevada ID at the box office.
*All guests in your party must show Nevada ID to redeem.
General Admission Vouchers for complimentary future visits to the Museum will be distributed to select local nonprofit organizations.
In alignment with its “Commitment to Community,” The Mob Museum continues to look for opportunities to increase accessibility to locals.
February 14, 2021 marks the ninth anniversary of The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. Since its inception, the educational institution, strives to provide a world-class Museum experience with a mission to advance the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society.
Ninth Anniversary FAQs
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