The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, will mark the occasion of its Fifth Anniversary with a series of celebratory events planned for Friday, February 10, through Tuesday, February 14, 2017. These events commemorate the Museum’s five successful and dynamic years, during which it welcomed more than 1.3 million visitors from all 50 states and 36 countries, injected more than $20.5 million annually into the downtown economy—all while accumulating numerous awards and accolades.
“The next five years will see us grow in more substantial ways, increasing our accessibility and enabling us to deliver more eye-opening, provocative and informative content to each of our audiences,” said Jonathan Ullman, executive director and chief executive officer, The Mob Museum.
The schedule of Fifth Anniversary activities includes: Friday, February 10 – Press Conference: Unveiling of New, Permanent St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Exhibit and United Blood Services Blood Drive; Saturday, February 11 – Wiseguy Speaker and Book Signing: Chriss Lyon, “A Killing in Al Capone’s Playground: The True Story of the Hunt for the Most Dangerous Man Alive”; Sunday, February 12 – Panel Discussion: History of The Mob Museum Building; Monday, February 13 – Screening of the Film “Capone” and Tuesday, February 14 – Free Admission for Nevada Residents and Buy-One, Get-One Admission for Non-Locals; St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Evidence Presentations; Book Signing with Chriss Lyon, “A Killing in Al Capone’s Playground: The True Story of the Hunt for the Most Dangerous Man Alive” and Celebration at The Commissary at Downtown Grand.
as a special treat for Museum guests each day from February 10 through February 14, the first 10 Museum guests of the day will receive a commemorative chocolate package from Ethel M Chocolates. One out of the 10 packages given out daily will contain a special “golden ticket” redeemable for a grand prize. Five grand prizes will be awarded over the course of the five days.