Las Vegas, Nevada: Neon BoneyardA storage yard for all of the old and forgotten signs of Las Vegas, now packaged as a collection of neon and city history. Self-guided tours by day; guided tours by day and night.
The Neon Museum
- 770 Las Vegas Blvd N., Las Vegas, NV
- Just northeast of the I-15/I-515 interchange. I-515 exits 75 or 75A. Turn north onto Las Vegas Blvd, drive two blocks, turn right onto Wilson Ave. and then left onto Encanto Drive. The Boneyard is one block north, on the left.
- Daily 10-9 (Call to verify)
- Day $19. Night $25.
- RA Rates:
- Major Fun
Visitor Tips and News About Neon Boneyard
Liberace at Neon Boneyard
You can see the original sign from the now-closed Liberace Museum at the Neon Boneyard on North Las Vegas Boulevard. It is mixed in with all of the other signs and treasures of the past.[NMatson, 07/07/2016]
I have been to the Neon Boneyard twice, most recently in August of 2011, and what a treat this is for lovers of old neon signs. The sheer amount of signage is staggering. I particularly love the way the signs are laid out: some are haphazardly thrown together, and some are grouped by theme. A docent from the museum accompanies you on the tour, but you can elect to either listen to the guided tour they give, or you can walk at your own pace and take pictures at your leisure. The latter option is good if you want to take pictures of all of the signs without being bogged down by the "guided tour." Either way, this attraction is not to be missed![Mark Asaro, 07/04/2012]
Absolutely amazing collection of neon signs. One hour simply was not enough for me. I will be back![Sharlynn, 06/04/2012]
A storage yard for all the old and forgotten neon signs of Las Vegas.[Jessica, 02/18/2007]
Open only to pre-arranged tours, but you can always drive by on Encanto and peek over the fence. Neon Boneyard Park, although built, is still locked and reportedly won't open until the adjacent Neon Museum opens in Spring 2012.