Mob Museum Offers Free Admission to Nevada Residents on Valentine's Day


The Mob Museum, located at 300 Stewart Ave, is celebrating their 10th anniversary on Valentine's Day (Monday, February 14). Nevada residents will be given free admission with a valid form of identification. A valid form of identification can be a driver's license, identification card, utility bill, bank statement, etc.

Non-residents will be offered buy-one-get-one-free admission. All guests will also receive 10% off food and beverage in The Underground speakeasy and Museum concessions.

Advanced reservations will not be offered on Valentine's Day due to the high-volume of anticipated guests. As such, guests will be admitted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

This award-winning museum also shares their anniversary with the anniversary of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. According to The Mob Museum's website, on February 14, 1929, seven members of George "Bugs" Moran's bootlegging gang were lined up against a garage wall in Northern Chicago and shot dead in the most horrific shooting in Mob history. Although no one was ever prosecuted, it was highly suspected that Al Capone's Chicago Outfit was responsible for the hit. Three hundred of the bricks from the wall are on display at The Mob Museum.

All ages are welcome to visit, but children under 14 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please note that due to the graphic nature of some exhibitions, there are guests that may find the Museum to be more appropriate for children ages 12 and over. The Underground speakeasy is only for guests ages 21+.

Visit their website for more information.


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