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You would think that the newly opened Mob Museum in Las Vegas would have everything it should have, but apparently it doesn’t.

So now the question is, what is missing?  Well, for one thing, although there were brief mentions of Chicago Outfit boss Paul “The Waiter” Ricca, there should have been way more. The biggest thing missing though, which definitely should have made an appearance in the Mob Museum is “Mr. Clean Face”, a famous U.S. senator from Nevada, Harry Reid.

Despite missing some things, it is still worth a visit to this unique museum. Located downtown in the old courthouse, the Mob Museum charges an $18 entrance fee, which is not too bad, considering how unique the museum really is. It certainly is more bang for your buck, especially when you can spend a few hours in the museum looking at everything, instead of gambling that $18 away.

No Mob Museum would be complete without some real bricks from the wall of a certain Chicago garage where in 1929, the St.Valentine’s Day Massacre happened. According to the exhibit, the killers were dressed up as cops, making the story that much more chilling.

The Mob Museum opened on February 14th and is located on 300 Stewart Avenue. They are opened Sunday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 7p.m., and Friday as well as Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8p.m.

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