THE MODERN-DAY LAS VEGAS ORGANIZED CRIME TOUR
Frank Jr. offers firsthand accounts from his time in the Chicago Outfit on Family Secrets Tours.
Frank Jr. was an enforcer in his father’s Chicago Chinatown crew until it came down to a choice between preserving his dad’s power or his own life.
Frank Jr. experienced lifestyles that most people have only witnessed on the big screen.
Be a part of history and take a ride with Frank to hear the shocking, completely unfiltered truth about organized crime.
Frank Jr. will show you what it meant to look, think, and act like a mobster.
Frank Jr. will guide you through the historic locations where the Chicago Mob operated throughout Las Vegas.
You will learn what it was like to be in "The Life" operating on the streets of Chicago and Las Vegas.
The backdrops that spurred many pop-culture icons and movies such as Bugsy and Casino.
PRIVATE LAS VEGAS TOURS WITH FRANK JR.
Experience a personal tour of the most exciting city on the planet with a street guy who was born right into "The Life".
Discover parts of Las Vegas few knew ever existed.
You'll hear all the details about how the Chicago Outfit controlled casinos and operated "The Skim"
You'll see the original Mob-controlled hotels and casinos, and locations where they hung-out, socialized, and did business.
Frank will provide the true back story of Tony Spilotro and how he controlled Las Vegas which ultimately led to his murder. Frank's family was part of the seven man hit team sent to Vegas from Chicago to eliminate Tony.
It's Chicago. It's Las Vegas.
All intertwined in the tentacles of the Mob.
ABOUT THE TOUR OPTIONS
Driving Tour; $99.00 per person. 90+ minutes - 2hours. Frank will accommodate your group from a 4-door luxury sedan up to a 40 seat luxury coach. Hear The factual truth from Frank what happened and where it happened while seeing parts of Las Vegas you never knew existed.
Walking Tour; $99.00 per person (includes museum entrance fee). 90+ minutes. Frank is your personal guide on a stroll thru the internationally renowned Mob Museum (Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement). See exhibits and artifacts, and hear Frank's personal life story from Chicago mobster to redeemed family man and entrepreneur.
Special Private Events; Frank Calabrese Jr. is available for corporate, private, and special events, designed to your specifications.
Please call (847) 261-4435 or Email us at; firstname.lastname@example.org
For any questions that involve these tour options please contact family secrets tours directly. Please do not contact the Mob Museum.
For Questions about the Mob Museum and ticket information for the Museum please click on this link or use the QR code below.
TOUR OPTIONS AND PRICES;
Driving Tour Ticket: $99.00 per person
Walking Mob Museum tour ticket; $99.00 per person (includes Mob Museum entrance fee)
Driving Tour & Mob Museum entrance ticket package; $119.00 per person
All sales are final
DRIVING TOUR INFO;
Board outside on the east side of The Mob Museum 300 Stewart Ave Las Vegas, NV 89101
Must check-in 10 Minutes prior to start of tour. Tour departs promptly at scheduled time
Tour lasts approximately 90+ minutes to 2 Hours
WALKING TOUR INFO;
Meet outside on the front steps of The Mob Museum 300 Stewart ave Las Vegas, NV 89101
Must check in with Frank 10 minutes Prior to the start of the tour.
Frank Will begin the tour promptly at scheduled time
Walking tour lasts 90+ minutes
For information about the walking or driving tours please call (847)261-4435
Please do not contact the Mob Museum about questions regarding Family Secrets Tours.
If you have questions pertaining to the Mob Museum click on the link below.
OPERATION FAMILY SECRETS
NY TIMES BESTSELLER WRITTEN BY FRANK CALABRESE JR
"I couldn't stop reading this gripping account of Frank Calabrese jr's decision to cooperate with the FBI that took down his Father, Uncle, and the last of the Chicago Crime Syndicate"
- Nick Pileggi; Author and Screenwriter of Wiseguys, Goodfellas, & Casino
"The Operation Family Secrets trial was the biggest organized crime case in Chicago since the days of Al Capone"
- The Chicago Tribune