The Mob Museum Opens "Breaking Bad" Exhibit

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This Friday, The Mob Museum will open a permanent display from “Breaking Bad,“ the award-winning television series. The exhibit will be filled with a collection of items from movies and television shows, portraying organized crime.

An opening reception will be held on February 26 with special guests Kathleen Detoro, the costume designer from the show “Breaking Bad.” David Thomson, editor of “Breaking Bad: The Official Book” will also be in attendance.

Artifacts in the new exhibit include the yellow hazmat suit worn by Bryan Cranston, two gas masks and a rubber apron.

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Museum goers  can start viewing the new exhibit on February 26. The museum also includes 1,000 historical artifacts, the largest collection of mob and law enforcement memorabilia under one roof. The Mob Museum opened in 2012 in Las Vegas. Admission for adults is $23.95, with special pricing for online purchase.

For more information, visit themobmuseum.org

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