AAA Editor Notes
Neon Museum is at Las Vegas Blvd. and McWilliams Ave. Found here is a collection of more than 200 vintage signs rescued from casinos, motels, restaurants and RV parks. Although most of the signs are not lit and some are in disrepair, they're a favorite of amateur photogs and anyone interested in the history of old Vegas. Seven fully restored signs are lit at night, and others are highlighted by colored spotlights.

One-hour docent-guided tours of the 2-acre Neon Boneyard highlight signs from casinos like the Golden Nugget, Binion's Horseshoe and Treasure Island. Also part of the museum collection--and separate from the Neon Boneyard--is a restored group of lighted neon signs that dot Las Vegas Boulevard.

The clam-shaped lobby of the historic La Concha Motel, which was constructed in 1961 on Las Vegas Boulevard South and, in 2006, moved to its current location in downtown Vegas, houses the museum's visitor center.

Note: Backpacks, camera bags, selfie-sticks, large bags and tripods are not permitted on tours; closed-toed shoes are recommended. Photography for personal use is allowed, but videography is prohibited. Evening tours are recommended for ages 10+ since rusty metal and broken glass may be difficult to see at night.

Guided tours are available.

Daytime Neon Boneyard tour $19; $15 (ages 65+ and students, Nevada residents, active military and veterans with ID); free (ages 0-6). Evening tour $28; $24 (ages 65+ and students, Nevada residents, active military and veterans with ID). Prices may vary. Advance purchase is recommended since tours frequently sell out.
Tours depart throughout the day and evening; start times vary throughout the year. Phone ahead to confirm schedule. Allow 1 hour minimum.
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