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Las Vegas, Nevada: Neon Sign Self-Guided Tour (Gone)

Vegas visitors can find classic examples from the Neon Boneyard collection sprinkled in an area along Fremont St.

Fremont Street and N 4th St. by Neonopolis and the Lady Luck Casino.
Removed since Neon Boneyard opened.

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Neon Sign Self-Guided Tour

Unfortunately these have been removed now that the Neon Boneyard has been reopened. There is one line remaining in the median of Fremont Street between 6th and 7th Street.

[J. J. Kwashnak, 03/19/2016]

Fremont St. neon sign gallery.

Neon Sign Self-Guided Tour

The Boneyard is closed for renovations until Summer 2010, but the self-guided tour of the outdoor neon sign gallery was fun to look for. There are 10 total signs and most can be found by walking to the end of Fremont Street and looking down by the Neonopolis building. Three of them are by the Lady Luck Casino. All of them have a small plaque in front of them that says "Neon Museum" and a small description of it. It was really fun walking around to find all of them. It's a lot easier to do it during the daytime, but they do light them up at night.

[Dana, 04/13/2010]

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