The Neon Museum in Las Vegas

Bright lights, big city indeed. What could be more in tune with everyone’s idea of Vegas than neon? A few short minutes’ drive north of downtown Vegas, this six acres (2.5 hectares, top) is another 2012 addition to the city’s celebration of its heritage. The former “boneyard” of an electric sign company is home to a number of vintage icons such as the Stardust Casino, the old Caesar’s Palace, and also non-neon items such as a ginormous skull from the Treasure Island. A gleaming meander down memory lane, perhaps best visited after dark.

Read more about the city's museums in my post 8 Cool Museums (Museums??) of Las Vegas.


Jeremy Thompson


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