Well, well, well—look who it is.
Looks like you managed to acquire the correct password to get in here. Today’s your lucky day, we’ll be cutting you a nice deal since you’ve managed to fulfill your end of the bargain.
Save time when you purchase your tickets online today.
If you qualify for a Museum discount (law enforcement, military, local, student, child), well that’s even better, buttercup. You already know The Mob Museum is one of the best things to do in Las Vegas (and if you don’t, maybe we were wrong to trust you so easily), so don’t let us down.
If you’re a Nevada resident, 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.
Not sold yet? Well, if you still need to take your time, the boss will understand.
So, take a look around and see what you like around here. We’ve got a feeling we’ll be seeing you around here real soon.
What people are saying about The Mob Museum
A must do when in Vegas. We found this museum to be very interesting, entertaining and informative. Learning all about Vegas beginnings and the history of the mob. You will get to see the actual wall, complete with bullet holes from the infamous Valentines day massacre, and Al Capone's gun! Allow a few hours and get there early to beat the crowds. Highly recommended.
This was my second visit to the museum because I didn't have enough time to take everything in last year!
The old courthouse is the perfect setting for a great interactive experience and you can spend as long as you like moving between the different exhibits, tracing the origins of the Mob up to the 1980's when Vegas became corporate.
Considering I had no interest in the Mob Museum my friends did so I gave it a shot. I was pleasantly surprised! I had my teacher ID so we got a discount 17.95 instead of 23.95 I think.
They did a great job with this museum. Visually appealing with 3 levels. We went at 9am when it opened so it wasn't crowded at this time. EVERYONE who worked there was so pleasant and informative. You start on the 3rd floor and work your way down!
Make sure you stay for the short film in the original courthouse on the 2nd floor! Awesome experience! Glad I went!