The History of Vegas rolled into a Boneyard
While I am a sentimental girl, I am most definitely not one to have a bucket list. But, if I did have a bucket list, visiting the Neon Sign Boneyard in Las Vegas would for sure be on the top. On my recent trip to Las Vegas I got to do just that and visit the iconic Vegas attraction!
Founded in 1996, the Neon Sign Boneyard is a six acre piece of land that is home to hundred of old Las Vegas neon signs from places like bars, casinos, and restaurants. The collection changes from time to time and the pieces range from the 1930s to today.
The only way to see the Neon Sign Boneyard is with a tour so we did just that. It was easy to book tickets online, they were about $34.00. I really enjoyed learning about the history of Vegas and its culture through the signs from back in the day. I was also fascinated to learn that Elvis’s first gig in Vegas was at the Frontier hotel! Our tour guide was super knowledgeable and was able to answer all our questions. There were so many fantastic pictures to take at every turn. The whole tour makes for a perfect IG Story!
If you’re planning a trip to Vegas be sure to hit up the Neon Sign museam. You can find them online here Neon Museum where you can book tours. You should book ASAP though because these tours are super popular and will sometimes sell out! I hear the Mob Museum is also fantastic and you can get tats to both venues at a discounted rate!
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