The Mob Museum offers flexible space and can accommodate group events from 10 to 400. Packages start at $1,000 (£649) for a four-hour meeting for 30 guests in the Oscar B. Goodman room, with access to Museum exhibits for all guests.
The new corporate packages include:
Sleeping with the Mob: The overnight package begins at 8pm with appetizers and cocktails and concludes at 9am the next day with continental breakfast. In between, guests will enjoy a courtroom screening of “Casino,” a midnight Museum Scavenger Hunt, a courtroom slumber party for up to 50 guests and a group line-up photo.
Taking Care of Business: Eight-hour meeting in the Oscar B. Goodman Room for up to 40 guests, branded notepads and pens, Museum Scavenger Hunt experience, kick-off speech on leadership, line-up group photo. The “Meet”: Three-hour meeting in the Museum’s historic courtroom for up to 100 guests, kick-off speech on leadership, access to exhibits, line-up group photo, basic AV package.
The “Sit Down”: Full Museum buyout, kick-off 30-minute speech by Oscar B. Goodman, exclusive access to all exhibits, line-up group photo, customisation of box office screens of flip-dot wall, enhanced exterior lighting or enhanced courtroom lighting and use of the Museum’s social kiosk.
For groups seeking team-building activities or simply to be active and entertained as part of the company gathering, Museum Scavenger Hunts provide an intriguing solution. Participants will scour the Museum’s three floors of exhibits to be the first to discover answers to provocative questions about history of the ongoing battle between organized crime and law enforcement.
Company event planners love the scavenger hunt option at the Museum. Says Jessica Blackburn, assistant buyer, Zappos: “Employees got to know co-workers they might not normally interact with. It was an enjoyable way to get to learn about the fascinating history of the Mob and have fun at the same. Plus, the Museum setting makes it especially memorable. After all, it’s not something you can do just anywhere.”