Well it was a nice vacation, and it is good to be back.  Every time I go to Las Vegas, I make an effort to see a place that you might only find in Vegas.  I had a few friends tell me that one place that might be worth my time.  That place was the Neon Museum.

They are located on Las Vegas BLVD.  It is about a 20 minute walk from Freemont street.  The Neon Museum collects, preserves, studies and exhibits iconic Las Vegas neon signs for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment. They are a 501c(3) non-profit.

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One of the options you have is to not only take pictures of all the signs, but there is an option to have a tour guide, and they will give you some more detailed history of the signs that you may see.  If you go a little earlier, it isn't as expensive.  But you won't see the signs all lit up.

Facebook Page - Neon Museum
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Their Facebook page you can access HERE and they always have some different events going on.  You are encouraged to purchase your tickets early.  I was just able to purchase one when they opened, but if you are bringing a bunch of people, it may not be a bad idea.  You can also check out their website HERE.

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I had a lot of fun walking around and learning about a bit of the history of some of these Vegas signs.  Check out the gallery I put together below, and if you ever travel to Las Vegas, this place is worth a short trip to check out.

Neon Museum - Las Vegas