Monday, March 6, 2017

Add Neon Museum to Your Vegas Plans

The Neon Museum

In addition to gambling, drinking, shows, and whatever you do while in Las Vegas, be sure to add Neon Museum to the list for your next trip to Sin City. Also called "Neon Boneyard", it's an awesome place full of old Vegas history. The museum is dedicated to collecting and restoring old Las Vegas signs that visitors can check out during hour-long guided tours during the day or night.

We opted for the day tour and as you can see below, it didn't disappoint. Photo dump in 3, 2, 1...

Visiting Neon Museum
Neon Museum, a collection of Vegas signs
Neon Museum, a collection of Vegas signs
Old Vegas signs at Neon Museum
Old Vegas signs at Neon Museum
Touring Neon Museum
Touring Neon Museum
Old Las Vegas sings
Touring Neon Museum
Neon Museum, Las Vegas
Neon Museum, Las Vegas

Years ago I had seen these cool signs in 311's "Last Straw" music video and knew I had to see them in person. It was everything I'd imagined it to be! The only thing I didn't like was that you can't roam on your own. I understand for safety reasons you can't be alone, but with a group of 20ish, hanging back is the only way to snap pictures without a bunch of people in them. But by doing so, I didn't hear most of the tour. Other than that, I really did enjoy the experience and encourage you to visit during your next Vegas trip.

Be sure to book a tour in advance, as they sell out several days before and you don't want to miss out!

Neon Museum, Las Vegas
Neon Museum, Las Vegas
Old Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Signs
Old Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Signs




4 comments:

Amanda @ A Good Hue said...

I have been wanting to go here for years! On my next trip to Vegas I so am. I've been loving all your pics of places I need to go :P

Beautifully Candid said...

This place looks amazing and would definitely be a place I would want to check out the next time we head to Vegas! Beautifully Candid

Kate at Green Fashionista said...

SO much fun! I've always wanted to check this place out, definitely on my to-do list for my next trip to Vegas :-D
Green Fashionista

Anna Marcus said...

this is an interesting part of Vegas that is so different to what people see when they go there to gamble.
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