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If you are an avid fan of true crime, then this is a the tour for you! Once you arrive you will be taken on a VIP journey through The National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement where you can dive into the life of the most infamous mobsters. Your tour guide extraordinaire will help you immerse in history, unique characters, and criminal stories that will all be sure to thrill you.
Come explore the real stories and actual events of Mob history through interactive exhibits and one-of-a-kind artifacts found inside our restored 1933 former courthouse and post office building located just minutes from Fremont Street.
One of the key exhibits is the actual courtroom used in the Kefauver hearings, the first mob-related event to be televised. The museum is located inside the former federal courthouse where the 1950-51 Kefauver Committee hearings were held. The Kefauver Committee investigation contributed to the national debate on organized crime that developed after World War II. The dimly-lit courtroom shows historical clips on a big screen and just outside, you can read more about the hearings.
More law enforcement exhibits include a wire-tapping station where you can listen in on actual conversations that happened. See testimonies of FBI agents on audio-visual panel screens and there’s also a police lineup booth where you can step into and be “suspects.”
The museum’s most valuable artifact is the brick wall from Chicago’s Valentine’s Day Massacre in 1929. The museum explains the murder of seven Moran gang members led by Al Capone’s South Side Italian gang. The wall includes a 38-caliber Colt Detective special revolver, the only gun directly related to the shooting. This gun is believed to have belonged to Moran gang member, Frank Gusenberg.
This experience includes a private 90 minute VIP Tour of the museum, plus a 30 minute Distillery Tour sampling of a variety of our distilled spirits. You will learn about how our spirits are made here and you will also get the chance to explore The Underground too. Learn about prohibition and gain insights in the drinking culture that existed in the 1920s and beyond.
90 Minute Guided Tour
30 Minute Distillery Tour