Timings : Monday - Thursday: 9:30 AM - 11 PM,
Friday - Sunday: 9:30 AM - 12 PM
Entry Fee : 1 hour tour:
Adult - USD 18,
Child (7 - 17 year) - USD 12,
Adult - USD 25,
Child - USD 22
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A fascinating museum telling the history of Las Vegas through the neon signs and boards of casinos and businesses which are no longer active.
This outdoor museum is a lovely representation of the hundreds of casinos and businesses that have today shut down. The bulk of the museum's collection is located in the Boneyard, where nearly 200 signs are on display. The museum is in the process of restoring these signs and putting them on display in the Fremont Street, and so far 7 have been restored. The Neon Boneyard North Gallery also displays many rescued signs and is a popular post card location. The visitor's centre of the museum is located in the lobby of the former La Concha Motel, which has also been restored. The restored signs include the Lucky Cuss Motel, the Bow & Arrow Motel, The Silver Slipper, Society Cleaners, Binion's Horseshoe, the Normandie Motel, the Hacienda horse and rider, the Landmark and 5th Street Liquors.