Las Vegas's Best New Attractions
The Neon Museum, Inc.
For years, the most iconic Vegas neon signs have been relegated to the so-called Neon Boneyard, where you must book tours two weeks in advance to ogle the historic goods. (A favorite Boneyard activity is a program called “Mess the Dress,” where Vegas brides take post-wedding pictures all over the dusty signs.) But as of 2012, you can enter and tour the collection through the rescued lobby of the historic La Concha hotel (now the visitors’ center), to see signs that date back to the 1930s. (702) 387-6366.