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The Neon Museum

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The Neon Museum

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770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101-2010
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Avoid the jam-packed streets on the Strip, and see Las Vegas from a different vantage point by taking to the air on a nighttime helicopter tour. Book this popular experience ahead of time to secure the day and time you’d like to soar above Sin City. Hotel pickup and drop-off by Mercedes Sprinter is included (if option selected).
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Ryan & Kimberly wrote a review Nov 21
13 contributions
Always wanted to go and this trip we actually went and we had a great time. We did the full experience and our favorite was watching the old non-working signs come back to life!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Donovan C wrote a review Nov 20
Ashville, Ohio323 contributions123 helpful votes
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When your in Vegas, take a break from gambling and hit this place!! You will get a bit of a history lesson along with a visual experience that is second to none! You can book varying degrees of tours. It can be a bit pricey depending on what you choose, but it was well worth the price of admission. I recommend visiting at night to get the best viewing experience. You have to book ahead of time as the tours are timed and they only let so many people in at a time. It is all booked on line too. The tour that takes you through the restored and working portions is about 45 minutes long but what you get to see and what learn about Vegas is incredible! The light show in the bone yard is one of the most visually stimulating things I’ve seen, the old unrestored signs come to life and live again through modern technology, it’s absolutely a joy to see!! Take time from the casinos and GO!!!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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blue_wahine wrote a review Nov 10
Redondo Beach, California270 contributions43 helpful votes
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Tuesday, November 10th, 2020 8:15pm tour. Best to go on their website first for ticket availability. Free parking. We purchased tickets online 5 minutes before the Guided Tour. It was $28 for the Guided Tour (we opted not to see Brilliance this time). When you purchase the tickets, it is sent to your email, which you can show directly from your cell phone. They will scan the barcodes directly from your phone. So easy! We had such a knowledgeable guide who knew a lot of history of Las Vegas and the origins of the old casinos. It is a 45 minute tour which I recommend taking at night. I also recommend taking a guided tour so you can learn about the casinos (when they opened, closed and what was replaced. I also enjoyed the items at the gift shop that really had. I definitely will be back. If you love Vegas, you should stop by.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Expedition174658 wrote a review Nov 5
Cottonwood, Arizona3 contributions3 helpful votes
Good to remember the past!! Very knowledgeable guide; he loves his job and it shows! Go after dusk to enjoy the lights!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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minnetraveler31 wrote a review Nov 4
Memphis, Tennessee122 contributions29 helpful votes
Pretty cool museum of historical neon signs and the classics with all the history and stories behind them.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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