When you think of Las Vegas, you think of neon signs. Neon signs have been an unmistakable part of Las Vegas history, and the Neon Museum is where those historic signs go when they die. This museum in Downtown Las Vegas collects, preserves and exhibits these icons of the city. Visiting the museum is a historically and culturally enriching experience.
In the museum’s outdoor Neon Boneyard, you’ll find over 200 unrestored vintage signs that get lit up by ground lighting when the sun sets. They each have their own story and their own place in the city’s history. A collection of restored signs are lit up at all times. Talk about a uniquely Vegas photo opportunity!