Neon Museum

Neon Museum

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770 Las Vegas Blvd. N., Las Vegas, NV 89101 | (702) 387-6366, United States
Neon Museum in Las Vegas
Anna McKerrow
Features
Quirky/offbeat, Popular with locals, Family-friendly, Great value, Off the beaten path

After years of opening by appointment only and going by the “Neon Boneyard,” this collection of 150 neon signs (the largest in the world) dating from the 1930s is now open to the public. The rehabbed La Concha Motel lobby now stands as its visitors’ center, through which you’ll enter to see iconic signs, including ones for Moulin Rouge, Desert Inn, and Stardust.

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