How Many of the Signs Light Up?

Visitors often want to know how many of the historic signs at The Neon Museum light up. 

Celebrating Personal Histories: The Neon Museum’s creative aging performance workshops

The combination of creativity and aging is a concept that The Neon Museum has appreciated since the early days of establishing a ‘boneyard’ collection of historic Las Vegas signs. 

Lost Signs of Las Vegas — Part 1

People often ask which signs we wish had been saved. While we prefer that historic signs remain in their original locations for as long as possible, here are a few lost signs of Las Vegas that we wish would have survived one way or another. 

My Las Vegas: The Neon Museum Brings Signs and Stories to Local Schools

This September, we welcomed back master storytellers Liz Mangual and Bob Kanegis of Story Connection for the fourth year of My Las Vegas. 

Days of Luxor Past: The Neon Museum’s Most Enigmatic Sign

Learn more about a mysterious Luxor sign in The Neon Museum collection.

#NeonAIR Julie Henson Offers New Perspective on Old Signs

The Neon Museum Artist in Residence program gives artists the opportunity to immerse themselves in an eight-week exploration of our unique collection. This year we welcomed Julie Henson as our 2019 Artist in Residence.

Restaurants We Loved

Our May blog post about the Flame restaurant got us thinking about other bygone eateries.

Roadside Conveniences No Longer Seen on Signs

Let’s uncover the stories behind some of the inventions that travelers once found so alluring.