This museum shows a unique American gang culture, introduces some of the history of gangs, and shows some of the gangs in society in the serious violence.
There is a comprehensive introduction to the American gang, but it is mainly a description of photos and text charts. It still looks a little boring, after all, it is a little difficult to understand.
Because it was very away from our hotel, we went to visit it before lunch started. It is a very special museum that introduces blackban thunder in the USA, very interesting and well informed
First time visiting a museum with this theme, very interesting. Visited with a larky mindset, not too small area, lots of information about the history and culture of the gangs in Las Vegas and even the United States
I personally think it is a must-see attraction for LAS, the history of American gangs and the founding of Las Vegas, and there is a 49-year-old mainland aunt among the 100 gang members listed.
Drench yourself in the scandalous world of the mob. Learn how organized crime infiltrated some of the more notable aspects of history. An interactive museum allows you to take the pistol into your own hands!
A good 2 to 3 hour visit. Well worth admission !!
If you are in the Fremont area of Vegas you must visit the Mob Museum. This three story museum is the real thing and a lot of fun. Shooting bad guys, posing with criminals, sitting in the actual court room where many were convicted. I attended a retirement party there and what a blast.
Learned some thingsI didn't know about some really cool stories and facts about the fbi and treasury department battles with the mob.
It was so cool and really opened my eyes to all of the bad things and the important actions taken to stop them.
TripTraveler: 300 Stewart Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101-2956
TripTraveler: Top recommendations for the best restaurants near the mob museum are: Flock & Fowl, Second Street Grill, Redwood Steakhouse, Subway, Park On Fremont