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Your travel4seniors.com editor’s memories of early Vegas go back to 1945. Our cross-country Navy troop train stopped briefly in the sleepy little town. It consisted of a few small casinos and greasy-spoon cafés. Senior tourists today can relive memories at the downtown Neon Museum. It displays hundreds of vintage Vegas signs from back as far as the 1930s.

In the museum’s outdoor North Gallery, there are many sound and light exhibits, including videos of famed Las Vegas musical stars of the past: Presley, Sinatra, Liberace, Davis, Dietrich and many others. For more info, schedules and tickets, go to www.neonmuseum.org

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