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Las Vegas Neon Museum
Dress: VICI (similar, similar in black) / Wedges: Treasure & Bond / Boat hat: (similar) / Hoop earrings: Dogeared / Chain bracelet: India Hicks / Sunnies: Wildfox (similar) / Bag: Ellen & James
We are always looking for unique things to do in Vegas when we go every early summer for our girl’s getaway and we haven’t run out of things to discover yet – it’s Vegas after all. With a quick Google search on fun things to do in Vegas or must see in Vegas, The Neon Museum popped up and it was so different! I saw the gorgeous colors, showed the girls and they were all in!
Since it’s already a bit warm out we booked the 10:20 am guided tour for maximum group of 20 (you can only see it on a guided tour) and they provide umbrellas for shade, which was incredibly helpful as we walked around. Also huge thank you to the gentleman who captured this photo of us, I am going to treasure this moment.
It’s an outdoor two-acre boneyard, and you can check out it out during a guided daytime tour or night tour of the boneyard.
Many of the signs at the Neon Museum’s collection was donated from the Young Electric Sign Company’s boneyard, which housed many of Las Vegas’ decommissioned signs, and they are arranged beautifully to enjoy as you take the tour. Vintage neon signs are so fun and unique! It’s great they keep a bit of Vegas history and make it into such a fun little spot for visitors.
On the guided tour, you hear unique history of signs and people who helped create Vegas, and there are signs from 1930s to present times.
If you go at night you can see 11 fully restored signs lit up.Visit www.neonmuseum.org/book-a-tour to see current availability and times.
Having seen these amazing photos, I can say without any doubt that this museum is exactly a must-visited place in Sin City! I must include it in my Las Vegas travel list! I really appreciate you to have shared it with us!