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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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A MUST see for Vegas visitors! Ever wonder where all the old signs end up? Locals call this museum the “neon graveyard” and until Feb 2020 there’s a Tim Burton exhibit as well!
It's just Amazing and practically down the street! The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, features signs from old casinos and other businesses displayed outdoors on 2.62 acres. The museum features a restored lobby shell from the defunct La Concha Motel as its visitor center!
Really fun and interactive museum. Perfect to take some memorable pictures to take back home as a reminder of your Vegas trip.
See a glimpse of Old Vegas, signs from the mobster era. Did you say Bugsy Siegel? Mafia? The Flamingo? Sands?
Here are the neon signs of Las Vegas past - think Rat Pack, original Vegas. Go at night for the light show!
“Near Fremont Street! The Mob Museum, officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. Visit The New Speakeasy and Distillery. Drink Like They Drank During Prohibition. Amazing New Exhibits: Crime Lab, Use of Force Training, and Organized Crime Today”
“Desert art installation featuring 7 painted boulder totems up to 35 ft. high by Ugo Rondinone.”
Point of Interest
“Located in the heart of the Fremont Street Experience. A giant rush zipping above the heads of people walking down Fremont Street. ”
“Whimsical decor (western-meets-medieval?) and fun jukebox selections make this bar a Fremont Street staple. On weekend nights look for the back room to open with resident djs. Come here on cold nights to warm up by the fireplace. ”
“Las Vegas Springs Preserve consists of 180 acres (73 ha) dedicated to nature walks and displays and is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Valley Water District. The Preserve is located approximately three miles west of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The Preserve is built around the original water source for Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Springs. Check their website for upcoming events!”