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 new restaurants and steps from Fremont Street, guests to The Mob Museum can combine a trip to the Museum with a chance to experience downtown. The entire area is going through an immense revitalization with such projects as a new City Hall, The Neon Museum, the Zappos.com downtown relocation, the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. The Mob Museum joins these projects to create a cultural centerpiece for all of Southern Nevada, and provide one location to suit all tastes and moods.
Offers You Can’t Refuse
Atomic Testing Museum, in partnership with The Mob Museum, is offering up to 25% discounts on tickets when you visit both museums. Present your receipt or wristband at either museum’s box office to get the discount.
Carlo’s Bakery inside the The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian offers Museum Members and guests a free cannoli or lobster tail pastry when they spend $30 or more on their purchase and show their Mob Museum receipt or Member card.
Donut Bar offers Museum guests 10% off their purchase. This offer is valid with a wristband/receipt from the Museum.
Flock & Fowl (located in the Ogden) offers a 10% discount to guests showing either a receipt or wearing a wristband from their Museum visit. This offer also extends to Museum Members, employees and volunteers (must provide valid identification).
High Roller (located at the LINQ): Experience all of Vegas with a ticket to The Mob Museum and the High Roller. Includes one general admission ticket to The Mob Museum and one anytime ticket to the High Roller. Click here to purchase.
Las Vegas Distillery: Salute! Combine your visit to The Mob Museum with a tour and tasting at Las Vegas Distillery—an urban, traditional, artisan “grain to bottle” distillery. Click here for information.
Oscar’s Steakhouse: A combo you can’t refuse! Eat dinner at Oscar’s Steakhouse and tour the Mob Museum for a special price. Located in the Plaza, Oscar’s Steakhouse puts a modern twist on the classic Las Vegas steakhouse. Click here to purchase.
Rachel’s Kitchen, on the corner of Ogden and Las Vegas Boulevard, proudly offers Mob Museum guests and Members 10% off their bill when showing their Museum admission receipt or Membership ID card.
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.
5-Star Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours: Experience the sights of the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas Strip in a luxury helicopter ride designed with forward facing seats and 180 degree of unrestricted panoramic viewing.
Places to Stay
Downtown Grand, 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.
Four Queens Hotel and Casino is an iconic property in operation since 1966 offering classic Vegas glitz and old-school charm in the heart of Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas.
Fremont Hotel and Casino, the “Heartbeat of Fremont Street,” offers rooms, restaurants, casino games, slots and entertainment.
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 in downtown Las Vegas makes “Good Food for Good People” by Chef Natalie Young.
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.
Park on Fremont is a gastropub offering innovative bar fare surrounded by an eclectic art collection.
Siegel’s 1941, located in the El Cortez.
Vanguard Lounge, located in Fremont East District, presents handcrafted cocktails, unique beers and boutique wines.