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Due to frequent sell-out nights, advance ticket purchase is highly recommended.
Opening times this week:
Monday
4pm - Midnight
Tuesday
4pm - Midnight
Wednesday
4pm - Midnight
Thursday
4pm - Midnight
Friday
4pm - Midnight
Saturday
4pm - Midnight
Sunday
4pm - Midnight
Due to frequent sell-out nights, advance ticket purchase is highly recommended.
Opening times this week:
Monday
4pm - Midnight
Tuesday
4pm - Midnight
Wednesday
4pm - Midnight
Thursday
4pm - Midnight
Friday
4pm - Midnight
Saturday
4pm - Midnight
Sunday
4pm - Midnight
Due to frequent sell-out nights, advance ticket purchase is highly recommended.
Opening times this week:
Monday
4pm - Midnight
Tuesday
4pm - Midnight
Wednesday
4pm - Midnight
Thursday
4pm - Midnight
Friday
4pm - Midnight
Saturday
4pm - Midnight
Sunday
4pm - Midnight
An overview image of The Neon Museum's collection featuring multiple signs.

Neon Boneyard

Founded in 1996, The Neon Museum is a non-profit learning institution that utilizes iconic neon signs to share Las Vegas art, culture and history with the world. Whether you are posing in front of the iconic Stardust sign at sunset or learning about our city’s civil rights movement on a guided tour, The Neon Museum presents the STORY of Las Vegas.

The Neon Museum campus includes the outdoor exhibition space known as the Neon Boneyard Main Collection, the North Gallery, which houses additional rescued signs, and a Visitors’ Center housed inside the former La Concha Motel lobby.

The Neon Boneyard contains more than 250 unrestored signs which are illuminated with ground lighting as well as 26 restored signs which are on all the time. 2 of the 26, the Riviera and Fitzgeralds, were received in working condition. The Boneyard is also available for personal and commercial photo/video shoots.  The Museum is open seven days a week and hours vary based on the season.

Dedicated individuals from the private sector, as well as corporate and government entities, worked collaboratively to promote the preservation of these national treasures as significant pieces of artistic and historical importance. Each sign in The Neon Museum’s collection offers a unique story about the personalities who created it, what inspired it, where and when it was made, and the role it played in Las Vegas’ distinctive history.

In addition, The Neon Museum collection chronicles changes and trends in sign design and technology through pieces ranging from the 1930s to the present day.

HAPPENINGS IN THE NEON BONEYARD

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