The Neon Museum is old-school, iconic Las Vegas at its finest. While most signs aren’t lit up (restoring neon signs is extremely expensive—the 80-foot Hard Rock Cafe sign on display cost $350,000 to restore), visiting after dark still offers a more dramatic view of what the old days of Sin City used to look like.
“A glittering showcase of Vegas history”
Step into a dazzling world of neon lights and Las Vegas nostalgia at the Neon Sign Museum. Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, this open-air museum showcases iconic neon signs from the city's golden era. Marvel at the vibrant colors, intricate designs, and retro charm of these iconic relics that once lit up the famous Las Vegas Strip. Learn about the history of neon signs and their cultural significance in the development of Las Vegas as the entertainment capital of the world. Get ready for a dazzling trip down memory lane at the Neon Sign Museum!
We did a day time tour on our Vegas Honeymoon (would have loved to do it at night and see the restored signs lit up, but they sell out quick! if you're set on night time, book at least 2 weeks ahead). It is guided but it was a ton of fun, very interesting to hear the history of Vegas and the evolution of the casino signs. Great photo ops.
Would have like more to go check it out by myself but the guided tour was very informative and nicely presented
Great time a lot of history! We did the day tour and it was good fun night has to be beautiful! But the area around the place is shady so take a cab to and from to be safe!
Super neat but can be hot. I'm the type who likes to be in and out. The tour lasted an hour and I would've preferred a quicker walk through.
These guys are serious about what they have. Probably more interesting to Neon/Las Vegas aficionados, but still cool for anyone. Walking distance from Freemont.
We enjoyed a guided tour of The Neon Museum known as the Neon Boneyard, home to the iconic neon signs chronicling Las Vegas history. We saw more than 250 rescued, refurbished and re-illuminated neon signs that trace back to the early days of Sin City. Our kids loved it!
A very cool place and while I was a little underwhelmed, you should go. The history of these signs is very interesting and it is a beautiful place to take pictures. I just expected a little something different in the display of the signs. I would still recommend going.
A bit of a small graveyard but so cool to the the history. Tons of signs, almost all of them come from Fremont Street. They do a night tour with the signs lit up, which I would like to attend next time.
I cant recommend this place highly enough! The staff are really friendly and its very close to old Vegas on Freemont street. We did the tour at night which was great because you could see all the neon signs lit up. They explain what all the signs where and gave back ground stories on a lot of the the businesses that had these signs. Make sure you book a few months in advance or you will miss out which would be disappointing. Also make sure you book in the second tour which is held at the back of the site in a locked yard and is all very hush hush. It is AMAZING!! i wont give much away but it was brilliant.
You have to book a tour before you get here. We drove an hour out of our way to come see this, only to find out it was SOLD OUT despite the empty park.
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