The Neon Museum

The Neon Museum

When it was simply the Neon Boneyard – a collection of 150 Las Vegas neon signs from the 1930s put out to pasture, it was the background of a number of films; most memorably, Mars Attacks. Then, it was available by appointment only. Now open to the public, the rehabbed La Concha Motel lobby stands as its visitors’ center. Enter to see iconic signs like the Moulin Rouge, Desert Inn and the Stardust. 

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