The Neon Museum

770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

About The Neon Museum

4.3 / 5

from reviews

    Bart Mruz
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    April 22, 2021

    This was such a fun experience. For any fan of Old Vegas this is a must. When I was 4 and 10 my parents took me to Las Vegas ... both as road trips to California from the Midwest. 1974 and 1980. To see these signs which once majestically graced downtown and the Strip brought back so many memories. Vegas was a more simple era and time back then. At night these relics lit up Vegas in the most amazing way. Would love to thank the museum for saving these pieces of history. I couldn’t believe I stood right next to the Stardust sign. One tip ... while waiting for your tour across the street make sure you read the placards on the items in the waiting area. They reveal where the letters for the graveyard marquee came from. And I had no clue the lobby/main entrance was once a hotel lobby that was moved to the site. Thank you again for a wonderful time.

    Tony Gradecki
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    January 26, 2022

    Such an amazing guided history of Las Vegas. I recommend going as or after the sun sets!! Some signs from places only still alive in stories told by your tour guides, as well as those that are replaced with updated signage. This place has everything: old signs back to the early days lit by can lights, signs and lights from small businesses that Vegas used to know, the fully functioning Stardust marque, to the original guitar beckoning visitors to the Hard Rock Cafe!! And a few fun surprises along the way!! One of this city's best hidden gems, but hopefully not for to long!!

    Teagan Terando
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    July 01, 2021

    Our visit was so much fun! This was actually the second time I've been to the Neon Museum and it did not disappoint. The first time I went was during dusk and we did the self tour. We got some great pictures. The second time going, we did the evening tour with a guide as well as "Brilliant". It was so fun to see the lights turned on and learn more about the different casino signs. I highly recommend putting this on your itinerary for your Vegas trip!

    leia ames
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    September 23, 2020

    Thank you Neon Museum for appreciating locals!! We went on a Tuesday, which is "Pay as you go" so we left a small donation and tipped our guide. They are so knowledgeable I felt they deserved a bigger tip! The Brilliant show is absolutely amazing!!! I want to go back just for that. It's also very family friendly and my kids really enjoyed it. I danced the whole time, so much fun.

    Jeremey Wald
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    April 06, 2022

    A great place for some visual history of Vegas. I took the guided tour for $28, which was well worth the cost, especially compared with many other attractions on the strip and Fremont Street. The guide provided an awesome presentation with plenty of facts and information on the history of Vegas, area geology, the characters and people who shaped Vegas into what it is today, small businesses and the Strip. I recommend buying tickets in advance. This is located away from the hustle and bustle of the big hotel/casino crowds on the Strip and Fremont Street. It was nice to have this more relaxed experience to just soak in the sights and knowledge of history. There are many signs that need restoration so I'm sure repeat visits will bring new stuff to see and new stories to enjoy. The 6pm time on Monday is when I went which offered a nice view of the Neon lighting as well as the paint on the signs. I will add, turning off the interstate exit to get here I was thinking the area was a little sketchy for parking my rental van, and sad to see a lot of unfortunate homeless souls wrapping around the mission building as the evening was settling in, however the museum has a nice, clean, secure parking lot and waiting area with a security guard and welcoming docent standing outside the front door of the museum. The gift shop prices were pretty affordable as well, with a great variety of take home treasures and keepsakes. I will definitely come back.

    The Neon Museum

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    770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

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