Viva Las Vegas...


I had the pleasure to go visit The Neon Museum, opened in 2012 which features more than 150 signs, six of which are restored. This Museum includes nine restored signs which can be viewed as public art and visited on a self-guided tour twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The gallery includes the Lucky Cuss Motel, the Bow & Arrow Motel, The Silver Slipper, Society Cleaners, Binion's Horseshoe, the Normandie Motel, the Hacienda horse and rider, the Landmark and 5th Street Liquors. It was pretty tough to schedule a tour due to the fact that you must rsvp in advance, and it wass always sold out. But luckily, on my last day being in Las Vegas, I had a chance and was rescheduled to an earlier time due to the weather of heavy sand storms. It was pretty interesting to hear the history behind all these memorable iconic artifacts and I am very grateful to have experienced this.

Here are some images from my tour...


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