The Neon Museum
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Founded in 1996, the Neon Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, studying and exhibiting iconic Las Vegas signs.
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See all the old signs that have been removed from hotels and such that are no longer
The Neon Museum is dedicated to preserving the city's most iconic art form - the neon sign. They have rotating indoor exhibits and an outdoor boneyard you can tour. Guided tours are also available. Last time we went we got to see a special Tim Burton exhibit!
See old vintage vegas neon signs up close. And see the Paul Williams designed La Concha motel shell that we personally helped to save from demolition! Now a historic landmark.
This is the place where our old neon signs go. Buy your ticket in advance, especially if you’re planning to see the neon glow in the evening.
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“Very well done tour. If you go at night, you can catch the live entertainment at the Underground Speakeasy! Try the Moonshine!”
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“A solid 30 minute drive to the art installation by my Ugo Rondinone. Enjoy the pool of the M Resort on your way there, the staff is welcoming to walk ins. ”
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