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The Neon Museum

The Neon Museum

Museum, Other Great Outdoors, and History Museum
Downtown Las Vegas, Las Vegas
  • Shereen R.
    "first tour of the day or do the night tour to avoid the heat.."(8 Tips)
    Lois A.
    "... you'll ever get of old Vegas. Breathtaking"(4 Tips)
    Jess P.
    "Great to see all the old signs, but not worth the money to do the night..."(4 Tips)
    Mari S.
    "The best place to see the vintage signs of Vegas."(3 Tips)
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  • Joe M.
    Joe Montes3 weeks ago
    The tour was the perfect length of time (one hour) and the tour guide was very knowledgeable. It was super interesting to learn about Las Vegas culture as well.
  • Eric A.
    Eric AndersenFebruary 22
    Find the Atomic Font!
  • Eric A.
    Eric AndersenFebruary 22
    Wedding information that way —>
  • Eric A.
    Eric AndersenFebruary 22
    Take a night tour — definitely worth it! This sign is celebrating the founding of Las Vegas in 1905
  • Susan M.
    Susan MaddenJanuary 5
    Great place to learn about Old time Vegas. Paul was a great tour guide.
  • Tana B.
    Tana BabcockNovember 13, 2016
    LOVED THE TOUR! I'd go a few more times to attempt to remember all of the factoids the tour guide will shower you with. We went at night - spectacular!
  • Nick K.
    Nick KapuzaOctober 25, 2016
    the tour was insightful, fun, and even touching at times. Manny was a fantastic docent.
  • Natalie
    NatalieSeptember 27, 2016
    You can buy a tour pass to the neon museum and a ticket to the mob museum for only $30! Highly recommend.
  • Natalie
    NatalieSeptember 27, 2016
    This tour is worth every penny. Nicole was one of the best tour guides I've ever seen, she cares about every piece in the collection and knows so much about all of it. Bring some water on your tour!
  • Brendan M.
    Brendan MSeptember 26, 2016
    Impress the guide by knowing that argon makes blue
  • James W.
    James WebbSeptember 5, 2016
    Great tour guide! She's a local who actually saw many of the signs where they originally were.
  • Christine B.
    Christine BJuly 27, 2016
    The coolest attraction in Vegas, I'm convinced. See awesome signs and learn a little about Vegas history.
  • Murray S.
    Murray ShawJune 7, 2016
    Take a night tour. The lights are more impressive plus it's a lot cooler!
  • Erik L.
    Erik LarsonMay 28, 2016
    Never open at a convenient time
  • Mari S.
    Mari SheibleyApril 18, 2016
    The best place to see the vintage signs of Vegas. Book a tour ahead of time. Only 1 camera and 1 lens per person.
  • Morgan R.
    Morgan RusnakApril 13, 2016
    Do NOT miss this! Fantastic tour, with a perfect mix of history and trivia. Absolute highlight of the trip.
  • Jeremy B.
    Jeremy BarlowFebruary 24, 2016
    we did the tour that began just before sunset and it was brilliant!
  • Jennifer
    JenniferFebruary 23, 2016
    fabulous place I went there when it hadn't been fixed up yet - 2011 or 2012. and it's so great! I suggested that the big slipper outside should be a magnet! the postcard machine is a fantastic idea!!!
  • Alan M.
    Alan MooimanFebruary 17, 2016
    Not enough signs are lit up to make it worth a night tour, but if you go on an overcast day they might have the lights on.
  • Julia S.
    Julia SeamanFebruary 7, 2016
    Awesome tour and sign yard. They don't let you take large bags out, no free wondering by yourself, and often run out of tickets early in the day.
  • jansen c.
    jansen cJanuary 27, 2016
    Nice little tour about the history of Las Vegas neon light, not too far away from the strip
  • Amy C.
    Amy ChinJanuary 27, 2016
    Away from the cacophony of the Strip and Fremont District, is this little gem. Take a nighttime tour. (And for a chuckle, check out the Google map satellite view too - look for the 'skull')
  • Kirk L.
    Kirk LittleJanuary 19, 2016
    So very informative, a great way to learn some of the history behind Las Vegas. Be sure to bring your camera!
  • Alberto J S M.
    Alberto J S Moreau DDecember 17, 2015
    Really liked, took many pictures
  • Maurice A.
    Maurice ArissoSeptember 25, 2015
    At night signs and history of Old Vegas come alive!
  • Jason D.
    Jason DowdySeptember 15, 2015
    $20 to see old thanks!
  • Richard R.
    Richard R.August 2, 2015
    Tour at dusk for the best effect
  • Renee' K.
    Renee' KennybrewMay 17, 2015
    This is the same place they shot step up all in the movie, the party where they're dancing by the cars
  • Dennis v.
    Dennis van OortMay 16, 2015
    Great peek into the history of Vegas
  • Tim G.
    Tim GolemanMarch 20, 2015
    Amazing and must visit in Vegas. If you go get your tickets in advance because tours do sell out. But one of the best places I have been in Vegas
  • Jeremy W.
    Jeremy WilcoxMarch 8, 2015
    A must-do tour in Vegas. It's really an hour-long guided history tour of Vegas, using the signs as storytelling devices.
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaNovember 25, 2014
    The tours at the Neon Museum sell out months in advance. A walk through the museum's famous "Boneyard" (where neon goes to die) is a must-see. Read more
  • May Y.
    May YeungNovember 17, 2014
    $25 for each adult
  • Louise S.
    Louise SutherlandNovember 4, 2014
    Absolutely fabulous. A Vegas MUST SEE! Redeveloped museum is much more accessible & buy visiting you help to restore History
  • Ashli A.
    Ashli AyerNovember 1, 2014
    You have to do a guided tour. No option to see it without tour, which is very disappointing. We got there and next tour wasn't for an hour. They are missing out on revenue by forcing tour. 👎
  • Thaisa F.
    Thaisa FernandesOctober 23, 2014
    Best museum in Las Vegas. You can buy tickets to MOB Museum AND Neon Museum for $30
  • Creen D.
    Creen D.October 1, 2014
    Very cool place to see old school neon signs from Vegas yesteryears. Bring your camera!
  • Duncan P.
    Duncan PJSeptember 15, 2014
    Come and night to see some of their restored lights lit up in all their glory
  • April💋 M.
    April💋 MiszkoSeptember 12, 2014
    A must see in Vegas. The tour is great
  • Tavio E.
    Tavio EscamillaAugust 13, 2014
    Great photo ops! The hour-long tour was packed with history and worth the admission!
  • Starlet S.
    Starlet SmithJuly 29, 2014
    Is sometimes sold out or closed for private parties and photo shoots.
  • AP d.
    AP du PlessisJuly 23, 2014
    Incredible. Must-see
  • Shereen R.
    Shereen RayleJuly 17, 2014
    Great fun if you're into signs, history or just the awesomeness of Vegas's lights. If visiting in the summer, try to get the first tour of the day or do the night tour to avoid the heat..
  • Jim K.
    Jim KentrisApril 18, 2014
    Definitely worth the time to visit this gem. Docents are knowledgable.
  • Laura P.
    Laura PowellApril 4, 2014
    We loved the Neon Museum. Lots of stuff to learn about old Vegas signs. Highly recommend!
  • Rhonda F.
    Rhonda FleitmanMarch 26, 2014
    Very interesting place. I learned a lot about Vegas history. You'll have a new appreciation for all of the lights in Vegas!
  • Steve N.
    Steve NataleMarch 23, 2014
    Love this place! Read my review here:
  • Trip I.
    Trip InkMarch 22, 2014
    so glad these signs were saved. defiantly a big piece of las vegas history.those signs are cool
  • Jess P.
    Jess PaxtonFebruary 6, 2014
    Great to see all the old signs, but not worth the money to do the night tour. Only about 4 signs are lit up in neon.
  • Catherine Jesica K.
    Catherine Jesica KwokJanuary 26, 2014
    Super unique museum, I'm impressed! Nice been here ♥
  • Ben R.
    Ben ReynoldsJanuary 23, 2014
    Great non-profit museum dedicated to displaying, rehabilitating and refurbishing the classic artisan neon signs that defined Las Vegas. your ticket price goes towards their efforts, great tour!
  • Queenie D.
    Queenie DJanuary 17, 2014
    It's a "tour-only" museum, so make a tour reservation in advance. They have both night and day tours, but both cost $$.
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkDecember 5, 2013
    I would definitely recommend going to tour this at night. The lights are astounding.
  • Asi
    AsiNovember 30, 2013
    Guided tours only. Book ahead to be safe.
  • Heather T.
    Heather TerrellNovember 18, 2013
    The night tour is amazing.
  • Smash A.
    Smash AmahleyNovember 18, 2013
    Great tour. Try and get a tour with Ian, he was such an awesome guide and very knowledgable!
    MOXXXOctober 29, 2013
    Awesome! Great 1 hour historical sign tour!
  • Julie O.
    Julie ONealOctober 13, 2013
    You can only see the signs with a guided tour and tours sell out quickly. Day tours are $18 and night tours are $25. If u are a NV resident you get a discount.
  • Kevin M.
    Kevin MendonçaOctober 11, 2013
    The Neon Museum is pager friendly.
  • Madm F.
    Madm FiaOctober 1, 2013
    Best part about Vegas. This outdoor sign graveyard exhibits a fascinating history. Go at sunset so you can see the signs in the day light and lit up.
  • Paul B.
    Paul BrownAugust 30, 2013
    SO COOL! A hidden gem in Vegas. More people should go to and know abotu this.
  • Paul B.
    Paul BrownAugust 5, 2013
    Awesome! Must see!
  • Paul B.
    Paul BrownAugust 5, 2013
    Totally amazing! Favorite thing I've ever done in Vegas...
  • Walter B.
    Walter BarnesJuly 14, 2013
    This is a really fun trip for the family.
  • Leigh S.
    Leigh StricklandJuly 2, 2013
    Totally recommend the night tour
  • R D.
    R DJune 14, 2013
    see the giant horseshoe. $15
  • Samantha R.
    Samantha RoperMay 12, 2013
    Forgot sunscreen or water? They sell both!
  • Beth J.
    Beth JohnsonMarch 24, 2013
    Perfect time to visit is March/April before it gets too hot. Such great insight into not only the history of neon, but the back stories on Vegas.
  • Jim A.
    Jim AndersonFebruary 23, 2013
    Okay that was fun.
  • Elizabeth F.
    Elizabeth FielderFebruary 19, 2013
    Great photos.
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureJanuary 30, 2013
    This formerly appointment-only collection is now open to the public: 150 neon signs date back as far as the 1930's and include iconic displays from the Moulin Rouge, the Desert Inn, and the Stardust.
  • Clifton S.
    Clifton SalasJanuary 19, 2013
    Purchase your tickets online. They sell out quickly. Also, allow enough time to make it to the museum. Traffic is heavy at time in Vegas.
  • Krystal P.
    Krystal PeakDecember 18, 2012
    Ticket prices are $18 for general admission; seniors, students, active military and veterans, and Nevada residents are $12 (must show current ID upon arrival).
  • Ros H.
    Ros HodgekissNovember 15, 2012
    Book ahead for tours and avoid trying to visit during a public holiday like we did - no dice.
  • Greg0ry T.
    Greg0ry TestaOctober 20, 2012
    Been here twice. Worth the money and desert sun. The museum is on the strip and the bone yard is my favorite.
  • Jennifer M.
    Jennifer MisiurskiSeptember 23, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    This is one of our favorite place to take couples for engagement session and bridal sessions. Josh and Jen Photography.
  • Topshop
    TopshopJune 19, 2012
    It's just a cool place to go! You'll see why once you're there...
  • Ryan H.
    Ryan HolversonMay 9, 2012
    Very neat but can get very hot as there is no shade. Will be nice when visitors center is open. Deena was an excellent tour guide.
  • Wesley D.
    Wesley DavenportMay 7, 2012
    Where old, neon signs go to die so you can take pictures of them. This place was built for emotional instagram filters. Fire away.
  • Saveur Magazine
    Saveur MagazineApril 9, 2012
    The Neon Boneyard, a park outside the Neon Museum where retired signage goes out to pasture, has a post-apocalyptic beauty all its own. Read more
  • Adam S.
    Adam SchlittMarch 14, 2012
  • American Eagle Outfitters
    American Eagle OutfittersFebruary 29, 2012
    A refuge for decommissioned exhibits of a quintessential Las Vegas art. The collection currently tops 150 pieces from Las Vegas motels, businesses, casinos and resorts from the 1930s to the '90s
    Otel.comJanuary 4, 2012
    This is where you'll get to see the cool and vintage signs from the city's past. This is Las Vegas history told by means of old signs from old casinos and other Vegas attractions.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonOctober 10, 2011
    Did you know The Neon Museum, which covers over 6 acres, maintains, restores, and displays restored neon signs throughout the city of Las Vegas, as well?
  • OtterBox
    OtterBoxSeptember 23, 2011
    Cool place. Check out old neon signs from the Vegas strip in this walking museum. They have dedicated themselves to preserving Las Vegas' historical iconic art.
  • Las Vegas M.
    Las Vegas MannequinsSeptember 4, 2011
    The open-air Neon Museum's mission is to collect and preserve neonsigns associated with Las Vegas. The collection ranges from the 1940s to the present.
  • Bill W.
    Bill WickwireMay 14, 2011
    Cool signs...take a tour...
  • Aimless B.
    Aimless BrookeApril 25, 2011
    Awesome! Great tour and signs were just amazing!
  • Jennifer
    JenniferMarch 17, 2011
    Tours for this place has to be done in advance due to possible changes on the day of tour.
  • Lois A.
    Lois AFebruary 18, 2011
    Brent is quite possibly the best guide ever. This museum will take you on the best tour you'll ever get of old Vegas. Breathtaking
  • Travel Channel
    Travel ChannelDecember 7, 2010
    This is the place to see Vegas’ past. This 3-acre light-filled graveyard shows over 160 years of vintage signs. Don’t miss the Silver Slipper and the Stardust Casino sign. Read more
  • Dew Tour
    Dew TourOctober 14, 2010
    Graveyard of Old Signs. Old Vegas is the Sh*t. Great. Lots of history
  • Lori
    LoriAugust 29, 2010
    Located in Freemont.
  • Lori
    LoriAugust 29, 2010
    You can see the old Aladin sign and others.
  • Omirion P.
    Omirion PicadoMay 4, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Were Old, Discarded Neon Signs Go To Die..
  • Maru W.
    Maru WhiteJuly 8, 2015
    La historia de Las Vegas contada por los letreros de neón que han sido desechados de los hoteles. Este museo se encarga de restaurarlos y exhibirlos para conservar el alma de la ciudad. Lo amé!!!
  • Claudia O.
    Claudia O.November 29, 2014
    Padrísimo! Vayan súper bien tapados, frío irreal. Tomen fotos durante el tour porque no dan tiempo después.
  • Laís T.
    Laís TeixeiraOctober 23, 2014
    É bom reservar as visitas com antecedência (2/3 dias). Quem for descer na freemont, dá para ir andando, não é tão longe. Para quem for à tarde, leve boné e água. Só não dá para fotografar direito.
  • Arlene H.
    Arlene HerreraDecember 16, 2013
    ¡Gran colección de letreros rescatados, tienen tours en la noche y puedes ver algunos encendidos!
  • Juan Luis R.
    Ya tienen tours por la noche. La mayoría de los letreros no están encendidos -desafortunadamente- pero sí iluminados dramáticamente. Una manera distinta de ver Las Vegas a través de sus letreros.
  • ⚓️ Dredd 🐪💨
    Тут нельзя ходить просто так и щелкать, только тур. А они раз 50 минут. Увы и тут ждать(
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