Neon Boneyard

Mid-century vintage signs

If you’ve ever wanted to get up-close and personal with vintage Vegas neon signery, this is the place to do it.

Although there are several restored neon signs on display throughout the downtown Fremont Street area and along North Las Vegas Boulevard as part of the Las Vegas Signs Project and National Scenic Byway, the “Boneyard” is the only place where you’ll get an informative docent guided tour to go along with your ground-level experience. Night time tours are especially memorable as many of the signs are illuminated.

Filled with over 150 iconic reminders of the Atomic Age, some even dating back to the 1930s, the “boneyard” used to be where Vegas’ neon history went to die but due to popular demand the signs were relocated in 2006 from manufacturer YESCO’s production lot to their current location and have been a big hit with locals and visitors ever since.

Located at 770 North Las Vegas Blvd, just look for the La Concha Visitors Center. For more information about the Neon Museum check out their website.

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