The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, which opened this past October, has been added to our “Must Do” list the next time we head to Sin City. This two-acre outdoor museum is home to a collection of over 150 old hotel and casino signs from the Las Vegas valley.

Along with the museum, thirteen signs from the collection have been restored to their yesteryear majesty and can be seen throughout downtown – seven of them between Sahara and Washington Avenue and Aladdin’s Lamp, The Flame Restaurant, and six additional signs line Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street.

For those of us who love kitschy design and old stuff, this sounds like it’s right up our alley – or should we say strip?


Posted by: Jordan

January 25, 2013 — Matt

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