Las Vegas real estate is brighter than bright at the Neon Museum. Presenting a unique and illustrious collection of items, the venue puts a spotlight on Las Vegas history. Vintage signs from the 1930's are found in the Neon Boneyard. Other signs come to life in the North Gallery.Pieces vary from old time gambling halls to prominent hotels and swanky wedding chapels. Showstoppers include Benny Binion’s Horseshoe, the Silver Slipper and the Hacienda Horse and Rider.
Lights, Music, Action on Las Vegas Property
Taking a tour is a great ways to explore and treks are available both day and night. Many prefer the illumination of the signs in the evening. However, due to the presence of pieces of glass on the grounds nighttime tours are only recommended for those 10 and up. Highlights of the excursions include almost a dozen restored signs and some unrestored signage. Guided tours last one hour and provide insight into the sights and sounds encountered. Docents relay the rich history of Las Vegas real estate and the colorful characters that formed the landscape. Self guided tours allow guests to meander about at their own pace. Advanced reservations for tours are required. After experiencing the tour visitors settle in for a show. Brilliant! features the sounds of iconic Las Vegas singers as more of the history of the city is told through lights and music. Found in the North Gallery, this amazing production is well worth watching.
Temporary Displays add some extra flair to the already impressive Las Vegas property venue. The Neon Museum is eager to present a new exhibit by the one and only Tim Burton later this year. Amazing and larger than life pieces will be onsite starting October 15, 2019. Visitors to the museum can enjoy this eclectic and quirky showing until February 15, 2019.
Tickets to the Neon Museum can be purchased online. Free parking is available behind the Neon Boneyard. Call 702.387.6366.