Home NEWS Las Vegas NV: Neon Museum Recalls Yesteryears
  • Error loading feed data.
Las Vegas NV: Neon Museum Recalls Yesteryears PDF Print E-mail

If you’ll be visiting Las Vegas soon, you may want to spend a few hours remembering the long-ago fun times when you and Sin City were much younger.

For those who’d enjoy recalling the old Vegas of the 1960s and earlier, a trip to the Neon Museum may be a nostalgic way to spend a few pleasant hours away from the casinos and buffets. The museum was recently opened in the lobby of the former La Concha Motel, 770 Las Vegas Blvd. N. It’s the final resting place for 150 old signs and artifacts from yesterday’s glittering glory days and nights of downtown Las Vegas and the Strip.

They include displays from the Golden Nugget, Desert Inn, Frontier, Moulin Rouge, Silver Slipper, Stardust and other long-gone Sin City relics. The museum is open daily except Sunday. Admission is $18 for adults and $12 for seniors/students/veterans.

Tickets must be pre-purchased  online at neonmuseum.org.

Stay in-the-know about the latest Sports, Life, Money, Tech, and Travel stories. You'll get your first 2 months of USA TODAY for $25 (charged monthly). All print subscribers receive the e-Newspaper included with their subscription.