Posts tagged as: Neon Museum Las Vegas

Tie the knot in Las Vegas on Valentine’s Day

Tie the knot in Las Vegas on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and a lot of lovestruck couples are headed to Las Vegas — the marriage capital of the world. We have hotel chapels, non-hotel chapels,  romantic weddings, outdoor weddings and even themed weddings. In Vegas there really is a wedding for everyone. The possibilities are as endless as your future [...]

Holiday attractions make the season bright in Las Vegas

Holiday attractions make the season bright in Las Vegas

With our legions of neon and LED lights, Las Vegas is already one of the brightest cities around. But the winter holidays are fast approaching and with them comes an array of holiday attractions that are bound to make the season even brighter. Winter in Venice The Venetian and The Palazzo present a flurry of seasonal [...]

10 Neon Museum signs we love

10 Neon Museum signs we love

Trying to pick our favorite signs in the Neon Museum is a bit like trying to pick a favorite child. Sure there may be qualities you favor about each, but that doesn’t make one more special than the other. With about 120 signs in the boneyard to choose from, it’s particularly challenging to narrow it [...]

All of the lights: Neon Museum’s new visitors center is a bright idea

All of the lights: Neon Museum’s new visitors center is a bright idea

Las Vegas is world-famous for its vivid, glittering lights. After my visit to downtown’s  Neon Museum this week, I have a deeper appreciation of the old-school signage that first lit up the town. New visitors center makes experience more convenient Up until last week, there really wasn’t an easy way to drop by and check out the museum’s boneyard of vintage [...]

Las Vegas Neon Museum Visitors Center to open Oct. 27

Las Vegas Neon Museum Visitors Center to open Oct. 27

Las Vegas’ unique Neon Museum will throw open the doors to its Visitors Center on Oct. 27 in an event years in the making. Neon signs, introduced in Las Vegas in 1929 at the Oasis Café on Fremont Street, enjoyed their heyday between the 1930s – 1980s. But as LED and LCD screens began taking [...]

The Neon Museum & More Las Vegas News

This Week on the Vegas Minute: Danielle Demski visits the Neon Museum.

Exploring The Neon Boneyard

Exploring The Neon Boneyard

  Las Vegas’ historic signs get a second life By Renée LiButti Vegas.com The handsome metallic hustler who once stood on the roof of Doc ‘N’ Eddy’s Pool Hall is perpetually leaning in to take a shot. Gold coins are forever falling from the hands of the steel Coin Castle king, who formerly ruled over [...]

From blings to kings: museums show off city

From blings to kings: museums show off city

Paris is known for the Louvre. New York City is home to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Los Angeles has the Getty Center. And though Las Vegas doesn’t seem like a place concerned with preserving historic relics, the city is actually home to several unique museums and exhibits. Many of them provide a chance to [...]

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