Times come and times go but for those interested in Las Vegas and the famous collection of neon signs that once graced the city of sin's streets, time is frozen in the form of Las Vegas' Neon Museum. Boasting an impressive collection of over 150 neon signs, the museum has kept a critical piece of Las Vegas culture alive for all to see.
When youíre not casino hopping, browsing in boutiques or sunning poolside, consider a guided tour of Vegasí sites. Sample foodie finds, do a club crawl, hit the Mob Museum, hover over the Strip in a helicopter and hang out with celebrity impersonators. Hereís how.
The Neon Museum collects the lights of Vegasí past, showcasing more than 150 neon signs in three locations. Celebrate the cityís trademark signage by strolling downtown where 15 restored marquees are dispersed or tour the museumís Boneyard to see untouched originals. On the hour-long, $18 guided tour, see the Stripís first glitter neon notices for the Golden Nugget, Silver Slipper and Stardust.