The Most Fun You’ll Have After Seeing the Falls.

Come with us on a wild ride through the life and times of Buffalo and Niagara Falls mafia boss Stefano Magaddino and the history of his 50-year organized crime empire.

We are the most unique bus tour company in Western New York, presenting the most unique tour. If you like the Sopranos, Goodfellas, or The Godfather, then this is the tour for you. We take you on a 90 minute ride across Niagara Falls. This all-ages tour will appeal to organized crime lovers both young and old.

You’ve seen the water cascade ever so gracefully over the Falls. Now what??

You may have traveled a mere short drive, or maybe you’ve come hundreds or even thousands of miles. Do you just want to go to a casino? We didn’t think so, which is why we created The Mob Tours!

The ultimate in sightseeing tours where you will learn about the REAL mafia headed by Stefano Magaddino, and we won’t even fleece you.

Sure the Sopranos was cool while it lasted, but it was a television show. This was Real. Niagara Falls was home to Stefano “The Undertaker” Magaddino and the Mafia for over 50 years. He was a founding member of the national Mafia Commission, a bootlegger, Godfather, leader of the “Good Killers” in the 1920s, and boss of an organized crime family unlike any other.

Until now his story has been just a story. There are no books about Magaddino, a man who ruled with an iron fist, was never jailed, and was the longest tenured godfather in American crime history.

You will see the side of Niagara Falls not shown on the Travel Channel or in brochures, visiting the homes, the places of murder, gambling raids, FBI surveillance, and the eventual downfall of the last of the old-time Mafia Dons.

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The Mob Tours is the only organized crime history in Western New York. During the 90-minute bus tour you will see criminal hideouts, hangouts, and homes; the places of murder and raids. Learn all about the Cosa Nostra and mobsters like Frank Valente from Rochester, Johnny “Pops” Papilia from Hamilton, Joe DiCarlo’s time in Youngstown, and New York City’s Castellammarese War, Bananas War and the bosses such as Vito Genovese, and Magaddino’s own cousin Joe Bonanno. Hear who the capo’s, godfather, and hitmen were. From the early days of the Sicilian criminals to Angelo “Buffalo Bill” Palmeri to the reign of Magaddino during prohibition to the Apalachin raid in the late 1950s to the start of the Witness Protection Program (WITSEC) and Paddy Calbrese after his robbery of Buffalo City Hall in the 1960s. Learn when the public and police became aware of the mafia, mafia turncoat Joe Valachi, the McClellan hearings, FBI agents Joe Griffin and Neil Welch’s work in Buffalo, the first Federal Strike Force, and the RICO laws. Hear the crimes they were involved in like loan sharking, shylocking, prostitution, narcotics, drug dealing, kidnapping, bootlegging, extortion, bribery, gambling, bookmaking, arson, robbery, labor racketeering with local 210. See where many of the original made men of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls mafia, like Pat Natarelli, John Cammilleri, Albert Billiteri, Frosty Novino, Fred Randaccio, Nick Rizzo, Jimmy Caci of Los Angeles, singer and entertainer Bobby Milano of Palm Springs and Las Vegas, and Buffalo city councilman and 1956 Man of the Year, John Montana, hid out, made deals, and lived. Last, but not least, learn about Rocco Perri, Ontario, Canada’s Al Capone.

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