The Vegas of today wouldn’t exist without the Mob of yesterday.
The vision of glitzy luxury hotels, restaurants, shows and adult indulgences was realized early by such noted Mob figures as Bugsy Siegel. The Mob’s influence shaped the city’s earliest development and played a role in its ultimate evolution as the Entertainment Capital of the World.
Downtown Las Vegas, especially, is a great choice for The Mob Museum. Surrounded by world class restaurants and unique attractions, guests can combine a trip to the Museum with a chance to experience all of downtown.
Offers You Can’t Refuse
Atomic Testing Museum, in partnership with The Mob Museum, is offering a 20% discount on tickets when you visit both museums. Present your paid admission receipt at either museum’s box office to get the discount.
Triple George Grill: Pair a special evening at The Mob Museum and a prix fixe dinner at Triple George Grill. Click here for more information.
Places to Stay
Circa, the newest addition to downtown Las Vegas. It’s the first resort to be constructed from the ground up in downtown Las Vegas since 1980. Circa offers room, dining, gaming and an array of other exciting amenities including Stadium Swim—featuring six pools and a massive 40-foot-tall HD video screen! Get ready for the time of your life.
Downtown Grand, located directly across the street from The Mob Museum. The Downtown Grand offers an special Mob Museum package, which includes one of the resort’s guest rooms and two adult admission tickets to the Museum.
El Cortez Hotel and Casino is the longest continuously-running hotel and casino in Vegas, offering great games and that classic Vegas vibe you just can’t get anywhere else.
Golden Gate Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas’ most historic hotel and casino, opened in 1906 at One Fremont Street and offers an intimate boutique hotel/casino.
The Golden Nugget Las Vegas is a luxury hotel and casino located on the Fremont Street Experience.
The Plaza proves the traditional Vegas experience is still alive and well in downtown Las Vegas.
The D Casino Hotel, long on fun but short on ordinary, is located one block from Las Vegas Boulevard.
Places to Play
Atomic Liquors is the oldest freestanding bar in Las Vegas.
Carson Kitchen, the newest treat from Chef Kerry Simon, features tapas dining in downtown.
Eat by Chef Natalie Young makes “Good Food for Good People.”
Eureka!, located across the street from El Cortez, specializes in “creating craveable dining experiences in an approachable atmosphere while leaving enduring memories one burger at a time.”
Fremont Street Experience is a five-block entertainment district featuring Viva Vision, the world’s largest video screen and SlotZilla, an 11-story slot machine-inspired zip line attraction. Click here for more information.
Gold Spike features a backyard feel with contemporary and delicious dining, drink and meeting options.
La Comida features Mexican cuisine crafted with traditional ingredients and family culinary secrets from various regions in Mexico.
Oak and Ivy is an American craft whiskey cocktail bar dedicated to classic mixology and fresh ingredients.
Siegel’s 1941, located in El Cortez. Food so good, it is sure to be a hit.