Monday, January 14, 2013

Two Sides to Every Story


On Saturday, while in Las Vegas with our friends, Jacquie and Bob, we visited the Mob Museum, downtown L.V.  They call it the MOB Museum, but it is housed in the former Las Vegas COURTHOUSE.  There are detailed exhibits telling the story of organized crime AND organized law enforcement as it relates to the history of Las Vegas.  Tagline....there are two sides to every story!

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WOW!  What a great museum.  We thought we'd be in and out of there after about an hour.  It took us more than two hours to see all of the interactive exhibits, short films, photos and props.  This Museum is very professionally conceived.  If you visit, it might be a good idea to start in the morning, then walk to Fremont Street for lunch and go back in the afternoon to finish up your visit.



We're not big gamblers and we haven't gone to a Vegas show in years.  There are PLENTY of great activities in Sin City to amuse.  We had a wonderful weekend thanks to our gracious hosts,  Jacquie and Bob.  They know where the locals hang out!

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1 Comments:

At 6:27 PM PST, Blogger Ana Petrova said...

This reminds me of the Spy Museum in Washington DC. I found it fascinating.

 

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