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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 for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment. You may view the collection through...more
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We took the guided tour and it was interesting, but we did not learn that much. Only some of the signs light up and some have lights shining on them. The self guided tour during the day would offer as much info at a lower...More
We did the evening “bone yard” tour followed by the “Brilliance” show that is in an outdoor walled area loaded with old Vegas marquees that features a narrated video with music. Unfortunately the weather made for an unpleasant outdoor experience. The museum is cool but...More
@theneonmuseumlasvegas @neonmuseum gets a 10...for both the Tour and the Atomic Number.. Neon is now my Favorite Noble Gas.
The Brilliance light show correographed to music was awesome. The signs are brought back to life by light projections and the effect is spectacular. We went...More
My husband and I have talked about going to the Neon museum every time we have come to Vegas. We finally booked tickets and were not disappointed!! This place is awesome! You can tell our tour guide, Kim, is very passionate about this place and...More
Fantastic tour of the Neon Boneyard (day or night), but my suggestion is to be sure you also see the special show Brilliant! in the second junkyard. It's an amazing light and sound experience - they bring old broken signs "back to life." You won't...More
We had a blast running around this place. There were people walking the grounds of this attraction knowledgeable of Las Vegas history. It was really fun and informative to just listen to them, let alone the old signage and neon. A lot of the old...More
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It depends on how much time you spend with each sign. You can spend less than an hour if you are just browsing. You could take a couple of hours if you really get involved with the signs. However, the exhibit area is not... More
It depends on how much time you spend with each sign. You can spend less than an hour if you are just browsing. You could take a couple of hours if you really get involved with the signs. However, the exhibit area is not too large and the signs are literally piled up almost on top of each other. Many signs you can only see part of it because of they have to put other signs in front or beside the sign. We did not take a guided tour but did a self guided tour.