Neon Boneyard: Resting Place For Vegas’ Most Famous Signs

Neon Boneyard: Resting Place For Vegas’ Most Famous Signs
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Ever heard of the Neon Boneyard? This final resting place for many of Vegas’ most famous former signs is getting a makeover.

With a visitors’ center housed in the relocated La Concha Motel Lobby, The Neon Museum is the new official gateway to the Boneyard and more.

On the tour, you’ll see historic signs from the Moulin Rouge, the Stardust, and the Flamingo, as well as countless other signs from now defunct restaurants, hotels, and businesses.

Be sure to stop by the Downtown Gallery, as well, which features a number of signs that have been restored to their former glory.

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Chris Quinn | Elite.

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