Museum will act as criminal record

A NEVADA museum presenting the historical impact of mob activity is set to open in February 2012.


The Las Vegas Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement – which will generally be referred to by the simpler title ‘The Mob Museum’ – is being constructed in a former federal courthouse and post office building.
This was formerly the site of trials for famous mob members such as Meyer Lansky, Anthony Tony Spilotro and Frank ‘Lefty’ Rosenthal, as well as a national organised crime hearing by Senator Estes Kefauver in 1950.
The museum will present the real stories and actual events of mob history via interactive exhibits that reveal all sides of the story of the role of organised crime in America.
Special rates of entry will be available for groups.

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