The museum collects and preserves artifacts related to not only the Nevada test site, but also atomic testing, the Cold War, nuclear science, radiological science, and related technology.
Currently, the museum's collection includes more than 16,000 artifacts, many of them rare.
Wayne Newton's Casa de Shenandoah includes eight homes, two barns, three arenas, lakes and wells, and exotic animals with almost six dozen Arabian horses.
The estate has been visited by celebrities and public figures and has been used extensively as a location for television and film productions.
The museum is home to hundreds of artifacts, which are integrated into the storyline of each exhibit and which track the mob in America from the late 19th century to today. Valentine's Day Massacre and mob relationships with Hollywood and politicians are explored, as is the pivotal role of the Prohibition in the mob's legacy in America.