Vegas' Mob Museum and minus5 Ice Bar Team Up

Mob Museum at minus5

The Mob Museum and the (literal) coolest bar in Las Vegas, minus5° Ice Experience, have teamed up to offer guests bundled savings. 

Guests can add any minus5° package to The Mob Museum ticket for $14 when purchased at the box office or add The Mob Museum ticket to any minus5° package for $17 when purchased at the box office (minus5° venue). There is also an online bundle package available online for $31. 

minus5°’s newest interactive ice experience at The Venetian Hotel & Casino and The Palazzo features classic Mob-themed sculptures carved out of ice and Mob memorabilia frozen inside it. There are likenesses of the Mob’s weapon of choice, the “Tommy Gun,” an electric chair, a safe, images of Prohibition’s most notorious mobster Al Capone and more.


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Guests at the bar are given a parka and gloves while inside the ice room. Everything inside minus5° is made of ice: the walls, the chandeliers, the seats and even the drink glasses.

Meanwhile, The Mob Museum provides an interactive journey through true stories—from the birth of the Mob to today. The museum offers a provocative, contemporary look at these topics through artifacts and immersive storylines featuring in-depth details about many of the items featured in the minus5° Mob-themed ice room.

The Mob Museum has been awarded accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition afforded U.S. museums and has been named one of TripAdvisor’s “Top 25 U.S. Museums."

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