During the $12, 30-minute tour which involves sampling a variety of distilled spirits, participants receive an in-depth explanation of the distillery equipment and distillation process and learn about Prohibition and its impact on distilled spirits.
The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, will welcome first responders from the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York for “Remembering 9/11: An Evening of Reflection and Recognition.” Held in partnership with the NW 9/11 Memorial and Reception Committee, this private reception will also include local law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel, Museum Board Members, Advisory Council Members, donors and city officials.
The Mob Museum introduced guided presentations in The Underground Distillery every Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. At the top of every hour, guests can attend a 10-minute presentation about the distillation process and participate in a moonshine-sampling experience. All ages are welcome to attend the presentation, but guests must be 21 or older to sample the moonshine.
The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, announces its ongoing Happy Hour program in The Underground speakeasy exhibition. The speakeasy’s full-service bar purveys not only house-distilled moonshine and craft beer, but also wines by the glass, non-alcoholic beverages and—of course—a tempting array of authentic, Prohibition-inspired cocktails.
The Underground, The Mob Museum’s new Prohibition history exhibition featuring a speakeasy and distillery, introduces the “Knightcap,” its first cocktail in honor of the extraordinary Vegas Golden Knights. National Moonshine Day, June 7, coincides with Game Five of the Stanley Cup Finals and this moonshine-based cocktail will be available.
Following an Instagram contest that generated more than 30 entries, The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, announced the winning name for The Underground distillery’s artisan copper-pot moonshine still: “Virginia Still.” The name provides a playful twist on the name of one of the more intriguing and notorious organized crime figures with a Las Vegas connection, Virginia Hill.
The Underground takes visitors on an uncommonly vivid journey back in time: Situated discreetly in the basement of the Museum, Guests of The Underground are encouraged to ponder the time when consuming alcohol was not only a criminal act, but also bred secret watering holes–some of which became the most glamorous places to be.
The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, debuted its major first-floor renovation, which includes a brand-new exhibition space called Organized Crime Today, focusing on the modernization and evolution of organized crime in the present day. Two new experiential spaces include the Use of Force Training Experience and Crime Lab, focusing on methods employed by law enforcement to apprehend and prosecute criminals and their organizations
Mob Museum announces February 14 opening date for three new permanent additions: Organized Crime Today exhibition, Use of Force Training Experience, and Crime Lab.