Las Vegas has always been known for the casinos, hotels, entertainment places but especially, for its neon lights everywhere that makes you feel like you are in another world. The decor that you can see during the nightlife is just astonishing. Based on this experience that tourists enjoy year-round, Las Vegas opened The Neon Museum that features signs from old casinos and other businesses displayed outdoors.
It is the perfect place to get pictures and post it on your social media! The most fun part of visiting this museum is discovering what the story behind is of every single one of these signs. As part of its exhibits, you will find restored signs and also The Neon Boneyard Park that was installed in 2012. It has a sign that says "NEON" and it is spelled out with letters shaped like on the signs for the Golden Nugget, Caesars Palace and Binion's Horseshoe. The letters are decorated with stars like those from the Stardust.
Currently, the museum has a special exhibit called "Lost Vegas: Tim Burton". It will be available until February 15th, 2020. This is an exhibition of sculptural and digital installations that celebrates Burton’s life and his connection to Las Vegas’ historical neon heritage. The general admission costs $30 and it gives you the opportunity to explore this place for about an hour. Check out it!
Cover Picture by Mr. Littlehand on Flickr. Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0)