Photo of the Day: The Neon Museum Las Vegas

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An Old Ornate Golden Nugget Sign from 'The Neon Museum Las Vegas Boneyard'

A lot of people think that Las Vegas has little history or culture, which is understandable given the fact that the city is often about the newest, biggest, brightest and fanciest thing.  What many people don’t know is that the storied history of Las Vegas is documented in the Neon Museum Boneyard, which is a collection of more than 150 of the city’s old neon signs.  Several signs have been replaced with modern, fanciful ones, but others remain from hotels, businesses and attractions that no longer exist on the famous Las Vegas Strip.

Those who visit Las Vegas can check out the Neon Museum Boneyard by scheduling a tour time on-line with the Neon Museum of Las Vegas.

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Written by JoAnna

Las Vegas-based freelance writer and traveler JoAnna Haugen writes the online travel guide, WhyGo Las Vegas, which provides information on things to do, shows to see and places to eat in Sin City. Visit my website

4 Responses to “Photo of the Day: The Neon Museum Las Vegas”

  1. Siddhartha Joshi says:

    Unlikely I will visit Las Vegas anytime soon, but I really do like the composition of your picture :)

  2. Michael Hodson says:

    love this shot — especially the angle

    • JoAnna says:

      Thanks Michael. It’s an incredibly photographic place, though there are strict rules regarding commercial photography. If you ever get the chance to go, don’t forget to take your camera!

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