(Las Vegas, NV) — You’ll soon be able to see the glowing history of Las Vegas’ past. The Neon Museum will open its doors to the public October 27th.
The two-acre site just north of downtown will feature over 150 signs dating back to the 1930’s, along with a visitors center that was once the sea shell-shaped Las Concha Motel that was saved from demolition.
Tours of the museum and its treasures will be available to the public for a fee.
A number of old signs now line the median of Las Vegas Boulevard between Sahara and Washington Avenues.