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The Mob Museum Admission

Museums Las Vegas
$28
Immerse yourself in the gripping and gruesome stories of the mob's most notorious gangsters at The Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas. Through engaging interactive exhibits, one-of-a-kind artifacts and theater presentations, delve into the lives of Al Capone, Whitey Bulger, John Gotti and other infamous criminals from Vegas to Chicago to New York, and learn about the FBI and law enforcement's daring victories over organized crime.

Prepare yourself for a fascinating, no-holds-barred look at organized crime at The Mob Museum, just two blocks away from the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas. Your ticket gives you all-day admission to this comprehensive three-story museum, located in a former federal courthouse building listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Through multimedia presentations, interactive touch screens, photos and one-of-a-kind artifacts, you'll unveil the darkest secrets of famous gangsters including Al Capone, John Gotti and Whitey Bulger. You'll also discover how deeply Las Vegas has been influenced by organized criminals such as Bugsy Siegel, who developed the Flamingo casino -- one of the first on the Las Vegas Strip.

Learn about the mob's operations in drug and human trafficking, wiretapping and kidnapping, and hear about the courageous efforts of those who have fought to bring mobsters to justice, including Eliot Ness, Estes Kefauver and Joe Pistone (also known as Donnie Brasco).

See the wall against which seven mobsters were lined up and executed in the notorious St Valentine's Day Massacre; the barber chair Gambino family crime boss Albert Anastasia was sitting in when he was murdered; and the courtroom where one of the Kefauver hearings on organized crime was held in 1950, when the museum building was still a federal courthouse. You can also listen to real FBI surveillance tapes and take part in FBI weapons training!

Note: Due to the graphic nature of the subject material, this museum may not be suitable for everyone. For parents of children under 12, discretion is advised.

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Springs Preserve Admission

Museums Las Vegas
$15
Explore desert botanical gardens, museums and walking trails at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve. The Springs Preserve offers visitors an interpretive look at Nevada's natural and cultural history. View interactive exhibits at the Origen Museum and the Nevada State Museum; learn about eco-friendly lifestyles at the Sustainability Gallery; walk or bike past Mojave Desert wildlife; step inside DesertSol, a solar-powered home; and check out the seasonal Butterfly Habitat.

With your full-day admission ticket to the Springs Preserve, you'll discover the ‘birthplace of Las Vegas,' learn about Nevada history and see Mohave Desert wildlife habitats. Spend as much time as you like at indoor and outdoor exhibits, museum galleries, hands-on demonstration sites, interpretive trails and more.

Origen Museum: As the interpretive focal point for history at the Springs Preserve, the Origen Museum features an indoor theater, traveling exhibit space and more than 75 permanent exhibits such as Flash Flood, Land Auction, The Railroad, Native American Settlements and Hoover Dam. Wander the connecting galleries, watch documentary films such as Miracle in the Mojave, see multimedia historical recreations and visit live animal habitats to see Relict leopard frogs, desert iguana, gray fox, Gila monsters and more.

Nevada State Museum: Through its expansive collections, the museum works to advance the understanding of the cultural history, prehistory and natural history of Nevada. An exhibit gallery stands as the museum centerpiece, allowing you to stand face-to-face with Nevada's state fossil, step inside a stalactite cave, watch holographic figures tell the tale of Nevada's miners, witness an atomic explosion and experience historical Las Vegas glitz and glamour. (Museum is closed on Mondays)

NV Energy Foundation Sustainability Gallery: Learn about living a more eco-friendly lifestyle through a bevy of interactive exhibits, children's play areas and an entire house full of sustainable appliances, fixtures and decor. Explore a simulated Las Vegas neighborhood, making your way through areas focused on recycling, composting, alternative energy, sustainable construction and water conservation.

Nature Trails:
Walk or bike the Springs Preserve's 3.7 miles (6 km) of trails, and follow in the footsteps of ancient natives and adventurous explorers as you meander through 110 acres (44 hectares) of indigenous habitats and archaeological sites. Discover how ranching, railroads and water have all shaped local history.

DesertSol:
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom solar-powered home was created by the UNLV Solar Decathlon Team as part of the US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2013. Check out the ultra-efficient model home's innovations in sustainable home design, including technology, energy and material choices, and learn about its use of solar energy as its only fuel source.

Trackless Train:
Take a 20-minute narrated ride down the Preserve's 2.2-mile Exploration Loop Trail and uncover Las Vegas's history with every turn of the wheel (additional fee apply)

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Admission to the Erotic Heritage Museum Las Vegas

Museums Downtown
$29
The connection between art and sexuality goes all the way back to the Renaissance and earlier, but it's never been explored quite so earnestly as it is at the Erotic Heritage Museum. Far more than a collection of blush-inducing artifacts, the Erotic Heritage Museum is a testament to the power of eroticism as a force in shaping popular culture. The museum's collection encompasses everything from sculptures and mannequins to posters and magazine covers. The building itself was remodeled in recent months, and it now features new exhibition rooms and a force-field designed specifically to block calls from Mom, who wants to know how you're spending your day.

The Erotic Heritage Museum houses more than 24,000 square feet of permanent and featured exhibits championing the wonders of erotic imagination, as depicted through artistic expressions of sex and love. 

Historical and contemporary erotic materials donated to the Harry Mohney Erotic Museum may be sold by the artist or collection holder, or made available on loan from individual artists for viewing in accordance with federal law. 

Exhibits include (subject to change):

  • Oeruvian-Moche Erotic Clay Vessels
  • Chinese Pillow Books
  • Pompeii Bathhouse Tiles
  • Fthian Collection of Artifacts
  • The Evolution of Human Sexuality
  • Sexplore: Earth, Magic, Sex, Motion
  • and many more
All tours are self-guided however guided tour are available for an extra charge at the museum.

Please note: minimum age is 18 years with valid ID