Another look inside the Boulevard Gallery

Many are curious about the signs housed in the outdoor storage lot known as the “Boulevard Gallery.” While the space is currently off-limits to visitors, we have highlighted a few signs on the blog in the past.

Going global: How The Neon Museum shared its 2020 Artist Residency program with the world

Internationally acclaimed artist Victor Ehikhamenor’s 2020 residency at The Neon Museum served as an opportunity for the museum to grow and adapt to the way it provides access to visiting artist’s work.

Keeping the Lights On: Sign Maintenance Workers

We've previously looked at a few signatures on the signs that were perhaps left by those who painted and maintained them. Signs typically require regular maintenance whether neon or more modern LED displays. Sign companies often monitor the landscape and send out workers to check for burned out lights or other issues so they can later be repaired.

James Stanford’s New Mural at The Neon Museum Celebrates Las Vegas’ Iconic Landmarks

Neon Museum visitors can now view a new mural from acclaimed Las Vegas artist James Stanford.

Signing the Signs

A closer look at some of the historic signs at The Neon Museum. 

Lost and Found

While looking back at some of the signs no longer with us, we rediscovered a few Las Vegas icons we only thought were missing. 

Lights, Action, Neon!

Lights, Action, Neon! Signs that once lit Las Vegas find a new role in the movies. 

After Howard, Before The Mirage

"After Howard, Before The Mirage: The Early Corporate Era of Nevada Casinos and the Shifting Visual Landscape of Las Vegas" by David G. Schwartz, Neon Museum 2020 Scholar in Residence. 

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