Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Type: Museums And Exhibits
The Neon Museum was established as a non-profit organization in 1996 to collect and exhibit neon signs, the classic Las Vegas art form. Dedicated individuals from the private sector as well as corporate and government entities have worked tirelessly to promote the preservation of these national treasures. The Neon Museum’s mission is to collect, preserve, study and exhibit iconic Las Vegas neon signs for educational, historic, and cultural enrichment.
The Neon Museum collection consists of three components: the Boneyard, the Fremont Street Gallery, and the Neon Signs Project.
The Neon Museum Boneyard holds over 100 donated and rescued signs. Signs featured date from the late 1930s through the early 90s and represent motels, local businesses, and celebrated casino resorts from throughout the Las Vegas Valley. Please note that the Boneyard is not electrified and available for daytime visits only.
The Fremont Street Gallery displays nine restored signs along Fremont and Third Streets. These signs are available for viewing 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As all signs are restored, we encourage a night-time visit for optimum viewing. Click here for more information.
The Neon Signs Project currently consists of three restored signs on Las Vegas Blvd, with three more in the works. These signs are available for viewing 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As all signs are restored, we encourage a night-time visit for optimum viewing. Click here for more information.
NOTE: The Neon Museum administrative office is a working office only. They do not have any Museum facilities that are open to the public for general admission at this time.