The Mob Museum
The Mob Museum, formally known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is a very unusual and noteworthy museum in Nevada.
The museum is housed in a historic 1933 Neoclassical structure that was once the US Post Office and Courthouse. It was one of the venues for the legendary Kefauver Committee hearings in 1950, which exposed some shocking facts about organised crime in Las Vegas and across the United States.
Through intriguing, interactive displays and film clips, the museum reveals the unvarnished history of the mob in America. Exhibits cover a wide range of topics, from specific individuals and events to the culture and fashion of the time.