The Boneyard is Las Vegas...
Treasuring the Past...through it's Unique Art Form.
It's called the Neon Museum, but to those who know Las Vegas, for years it's affectionately called "The Boneyard".
...and if you've never seen it, you are missing an art form unique to our exciting city; namely, the fabulous hotel marquees that decorated Las Vegas over the years...that have gone the way of time.
It's where the famous old hotel marquees "go to die", yet remain alive for those who enjoy looking at the glory days of the past.
...and here's an idea of what you can expect once you get there.
Until recently the Neon Museum was closed to the public; but now, tours are available most any day.
With over 150 rescued signs of the past, take a walk down memory lane and feel the presence of The Rat Pack, Louie Prima & Keely Smith, and so many others who made Las Vegas, the "Entertainment Capital of the World" while they performed at these legendary locations.
Over the past couple of years, thank goodness, a number of these landmarks have been restored and line Fremont Street as a reminder of days gone by, but there are so many more for you to see !
The "Boneyard" is located at 821 Las Vegas Blvd. North, just south of Cashman Field.
Admission for Seniors and/or Nevada residents is only $12.00, and is available only through guided tour, Monday through Saturday, starting at 10:00am and closing at sunset.
Here's the tour information.
Check it out...
It's a part of the unique history of our town; and I might add, would be a great spot to see when friends and relatives "invade".