In a city that was basically built out of neon, it’s fitting someone had the bright idea to pay tribute to the shiny signage of decades past. The Neon Museum, which has long been collecting iconic Sin City signs under the moniker Neon Boneyard, has raised $2.8 million since 1996 to upgrade its digs. Now housed in a converted 1960s-era shell-shaped motel, the two-acre indoor/outdoor museum lets you tour 150 bright lights that once fronted wedding chapels, prohibition speakeasies and off-Strip roadhouses.
770 Las Vegas Blvd, North
—Jamie Wetherbe, Custom Publishing Writer