Neon Museum Tours
Many of the neon signs that once branded historic Las Vegas buildings have ended up here in the Neon Museum, also known as the Neon Boneyard. The museum has collected more than 200 discarded signs—including those from the Stardust, Moulin Rouge, Desert Inn, Aladdin and Flamingo—memorializing Las Vegas’ history and culture while also preserving an art form for which Las Vegas is famous.
Address: 770 Las Vegas Boulevard, North Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
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Discover the bright lights of old Las Vegas on this walking tour. Stroll into the modern era while listening to tales of how Sin City began. Explore Fremont Street’s most fascinating attractions, like the Union Station site where it all began and the newly revitalized Fremont East to name just a few. Upgrade to visit the store from the television series ‘Pawn Stars’ and much more.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
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If you are in Las Vegas, you have to visit the Neon and MOB museums! The Neon Museum is a museum that has a lot to say about the city, a museum that looks like it, we could say. In fact, the Neon Museum, as its name suggests, is an open-air museum, created to collect, restore and preserve the neon signs and the history that is linked to them. And, to really understand what Las Vegas is, even in its most excessive aspects, you cannot miss a visit to the MOB Museum. What is it about? We can say that it is, in a sense, the museum of the American mafia. It certainly sounds strange. But the history of Las Vegas, a city born to profit from the gambling business, cannot be separated from all this.
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