Have you ever wondered what happens to a casino's signs after it's demolished? Often times, it goes to the Neon Museum, where it's restored or maintained and displayed in one of the outdoor galleries, covering 2.25 acres. The Neon Museum is a non profit organization that collects, preserves, and exhibits Las Vegas signs for historic and cultural education and enrichment. Choose from our daytime and nighttime tours, or book our galleries for a special event. Just wandering around, you will probably spot a happy couple having their wedding photos taken in front of Sin City's iconic signs!
The visitor's center is the restored lobby of La Concha Motel, shaped like a giant shell, and the entrance sign is a giant mosaic... the art never stops!
The museum itself features an outdoor Neon Boneyard that contains signs dating back to the 1930s! These signs are actually displayed and arranged by era to show the development of neon technology and the change in trends!
The entire museum contains around 200 signs, 11 of which are restored and flicker and glow at night for you to bask in the soft neon light while enjoying a night tour of the campus.