Neon Museum - Reviews from across the web
When you're Downtown!! - user review
Pretty cool. A bit of history that you normally wouldnt find. Very appropriate with the Fremont Street E...
The Old Neon of Vegas - expert review
Writing in the Boston Globe, Steve Friess clued us into the Neon Museum, one of the rare places in Vegas that are more concerned with the past than with the present. It's not a pretty sight: two junkyard-style lots, known as the Boneyard, crammed full with more than 100 pieces of nonoperative, but s...
Aladdin's Lamp was originally installed in 1966 at the Aladdin Hotel, located at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South. It was restored through a donation from Richard Schuetz and presented as a gift to former Las Vegas Mayor Jan Laverty Jones and her children: Maura, Kaitlyn and Patrick. It was installed ...
Neon Museum - Neon Museum Las Vegas - Vegas Attractions | VEGAS.com
As you wander among a chess piece (a knight) taller than most elementary school children and a pool player so large locks of his hair had to be composed from rebar, it’s pretty easy to sympathize with the few clusters of ants that have made their home in the Boneyard. A slot king that can be m...
Neon Museum - Las Vegas, NV 89101
The Neon Museum is probably the most visited yet least known museum in Las Vegas. (Not like we're bursting at the seams with them, anyway.) Hey, you may have even been there and you don't even know! That's because the Neon Museum isn't in a building. It's outside, sprinkled aroun...
The Neon Museum - Las Vegas - Reviews of The Neon Museum - TripAdvisor
We (eight of us, ranging from 11 to 70 years of age) recently visited the Las Vegas Neon Museum and Boneyard, and recommend it! There are precious few affordable and intelligent cultural experiences available in LV, but this is one of them. A great break from the midday depressing atmosphere in the ...
MySpace.com - Las Vegas Neon Museum - 17 - Female - LAS VEGAS, Nevada - www.myspace.com/lasvegasneonmuseum
Today eleven refurbished signs can be seen 24 hours a day 7 days a week in outdoor galleries downtown. The first gallery is located in front of Neonopolis on the south side near the Horse and Rider and the other is on the 3rd Street cul-de-sac adjacent to The Fremont Street Experience canopy. Click ...