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The Neon Museum

The Neon Museum was established in 1996 and showcases many of the iconic neon signs that have graced the Las Vegas streets through the years.

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Sunday 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Monday 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Tuesday 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Wednesday 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Thursday 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Friday 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Saturday 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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The Neon Museum was established to preserve the early artwork and riveting stories behind some of Las Vegas' most iconic signs and the city’s unique history. The visitor’s center of The Neon Museum is located inside the historic La Concha Motel lobby, but the museum itself is a bit more spread out. The Neon Boneyard, the primary collection of The Neon Museum, showcases approximately 250 vintage Vegas signs, with nearly two dozen signs that are restored and reilluminated at night and others accented with ground lighting for a dramatic effect.

The Neon Museum offers General Admission to the Neon Boneyard in the daytime, allowing guests to view the vintage sign collection at their leisure for up to an hour, as well as 45-minute guided tours, in English and Spanish, in the evening when the Boneyard’s signs are lit.

The North Gallery sits adjacent to the museum and is home to Brilliant! Jackpot, an immersive evening experience utilizing the latest technology in sound and projection lighting to make nearly 40 unrestored signs magically come to life. The North Gallery also pays tribute to lesser-known icons who greatly shaped Vegas culture with its Las Vegas Luminaries mural.

The glittery lights and vintage Vegas vibe of The Neon Museum makes it the perfect destination for photographs and special events. As a result, it has become a popular venue for weddings and private photo shoots.

In addition to the Neon Boneyard and North Gallery, The Neon Museum offers a small collection of public art displays that can be found throughout downtown Las Vegas. There are currently nine beautifully restored neon signs that can be visited on a self-guided tour, 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The first of these signs to be installed was the fabulous Hacienda Horse and Rider currently on display on Las Vegas Boulevard at Fremont Street.

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Such a magical experience! If you're making a trip out to Vegas I would highly recommend. We took an evening guided tour and our guide was so knowledgeable. The proceeds from the ticket sales go towards restoration of old neon signs, and help keep the museum going. Amazing photo opportunities and such a great way to learn about the history of Vegas. ✨

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This might have been the best tour experience that I have ever had. And I've had some really good tours. Randy was incredibly knowledgeable and absolutely hilarious. The tour of flew by so fast. I couldn't believe we were done when we were. Everything. There is a real magical gem and you definitely get the feel that you're part of the Vegas experience and is history. It's a nice departure from the strip. And the gift shop has a lot of really great stuff. I can definitely understand why people have weddings and stuff here. It is really fun. Totally beautiful! We went at sunsets so we got the opportunity to watch them start lighting up and it was pretty great.

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This was such a fun experience. For any fan of Old Vegas this is a must. When I was 4 and 10 my parents took me to Las Vegas ... both as road trips to California from the Midwest. 1974 and 1980.

To see these signs which once majestically graced downtown and the Strip brought back so many memories. Vegas was a more simple era and time back then. At night these relics lit up Vegas in the most amazing way.

One tip ... while waiting for your tour across the street make sure you read the placards on the items in the waiting area. They reveal where the letters for the graveyard marquee came from.

Thank you again for a wonderful time.

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There’s a long list of must do activities in Vegas but this is definitely towards the top. Especially for fans of vintage Las Vegas.

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234 Points

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Really cool way of displaying Vegas history

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I came here a few nights ago and loved the way the signs take you back in time. I think it’s great what they are doing and wish them success for many years to come.

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Las Vegas is a city with so many unique stories to tell, and a guided history tour is the perfect way to learn about them all! Not only will you learn about the history of Las Vegas from your tour guides, but you'll also get to see some of the city's latest and greatest signage. There's nothing like a guided tour to get you acquainted with all of the city's hidden gems, and you're sure to have a great time while you're here!

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