Probably no city in the Las Vegas could think of setting up a museum entirely devoted to the old neon signs. Indeed, in Las Vegas , there is the a place called the Neon Boneyard Museum, which includes over 150 old neon signs that once sparkled on the facades of buildings, advertising hotels, shops and various attractions that no longer exist today.
The museum is a small attempt to show that even a city like Las Vegas boasts its own cultural history. The historical display signs, such as Caesars Palace, Horsehoe Binions, Golden Nugget, Silver Slipper and Stardust, have inspired artists, historians, students and design experts.
The guided tour of the Neon Museum is 15 euros per person and takes place in two shifts per day.