JLLV's Night at the Museum at The Mob Museum

Junior League of Las Vegas (JLLV) and The Mob Museum will host the fifth Night at the Museum fundraiser. The event is shaking things up this go around, with a Vintage Vegas theme and The Mob Museum as its venue. Attendees can still expect a fun, engaging night out, with the opportunity to explore and interact with the museum’s various exhibits, partake in cash bars and lite bites, play games, and to peruse the many irresistible raffle prizes that will be offered! And all this while raising funds that will benefit the Junior League of Las Vegas and its many community projects. Attendees are encouraged to don their favorite cocktail casual attire. Tickets are on sale now for $40 online and will increase to $50 on the day of the event and at the door.

JLLV is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism through effective action and leadership. JLLV has been instrumental in founding several nonprofits in the Las Vegas community, including DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, Shade Tree Women’s Shelter, the Ronald McDonald House and HELP of Southern Nevada. Funds raised by Night at the Museum will go back into Junior League’s community programs, including educational grants, health care resources for children and investing in the leadership training of women.

  • Saturday, November 2, 2019
  • 7:00 – 10:30 p.m.
  • The Mob Museum, 300 Stewart Avenue, Downtown Las Vegas

  • Age Limit: This is a 21+ event ONLY! Please bring your ID for age verification.
  • ADMISSION: (EARLY BIRD PRICE) $30 per person. (General Admission) $40 per person.
  • Includes general admission, all activities and light bites.
  • Dress Code: Cocktail Casual
  • Drinks: Cash Bar available

Limited parking is available in the lot next to The Mob Museum for a $7 fee to the first three hours with an additional hourly charge after that time. If that lot is at capacity, additional parking may be found within a short walking distance of the Museum at nearby casinos including Downtown Grand, Main Street and El Cortez.


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