Neon Museum Campus
Most of our signs are exhibited in the Boneyard where they serve as inspiration to fascinated artists, students, historians and designers. It is home to some of the most treasured and world-famous signs of Las Vegas – Caesars Palace, Binion's Horseshoe, the Golden Nugget and the Stardust.
The two-acre Museum campus includes the adjacent Neon Boneyard Park, the Boneyard itself, which houses more than 200 historic signs, and the Neon Boneyard North Gallery which contains approximately 60 additional signs including signs from the Palms Casino Resort, New-New York, Lady Luck and O'Shea's.
Each sign in the collection has a unique story about who created it, what inspired it, where and when it was made, and how it fits into the development of Las Vegas and the city's rich history. Changes and trends in design and technology are also illustrated in the pieces that range from the 1930s to the present day.
As part of our guided tours of the Neon Boneyard, the signs can be viewed at ground level and up close. Each has been donated or loaned by individuals, businesses or sign companies.
A popular destination not only for events and weddings, but also photographers, film and production crews from around the world, the North Gallery enables the museum to keep up with growing demand and international attention the signs bring. It provides a picturesque backdrop not only for weddings and special events, but also commercial and commemorative photo shoots as well as educational programs. At this time the North Gallery is not available for guided tours.