|The Neon Museum (page 1)|
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|The Neon Museum's "Sign Boneyard"
Las Vegas, NV
|The Neon Museum
Las Vegas, NV
|The Neon Museum in Las Vegas has been collecting and restoring local neon signs since 1996. The signs were stored just north of downtown at a site dubbed the "Sign Boneyard." Tours were available by appointment. The museum officially opened at the site in 2012. There are more than 150 signs at the museum and others in storage around town. The La Concha Motel lobby building was cut apart and moved here to serve as the museum's entrance. Tours are available during the day and at night. In 2019, it was announced that the museum would soon be doubling in size and will feature indoor space for sign displays. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. [map]|
The Neon Museum
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