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Mob Museum

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Annie Vegas, Nov 8, 2012.

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  1. Annie Vegas

    Annie Vegas Low-Roller

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    If this is in the wrong category forgive me, I don't know where it would go.

    Has anyone been to the new Mob Museum? Can anyone tell me where it is specifically and whether it is really good? I went to the Tropicana one last year and was disappointed to say the least.
     
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    I'm into history so I had a great time. I also had plenty of time during my stay. If I was only there for one or two days I might have skipped it. It is near downtown which is pretty dead during the day, so I might go a couple hours before it closes then go hang out on Fremont and maybe get dinner.

    It takes about two hours. Well worth it.
     
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    The Mob Museum is well worth a visit. It's not one of those "road show" things like Bodies or Titanic. It's a permanent, stand-alone fixture in Downtown Las Vegas - just a block North of Fremont Street.

    Bill
     
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    I loved the Mob Museum. Spent a couple of hours there in April and we'll go again next month.

    Lots of information and displays. Probably would take a few visits to take it all in. Definitely a museum, not a showy entertainment gimmick.
     
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    We enjoyed it very much, as well. I got a yearly pass for $25.00 and my son got in for $10.00 (regularly $18.00 each). When we come back next year before the year is up, my pass will still be good and my son can get in for $10.00 again.
     
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