Las Vegas Neon Boneyard Museum Tour & Review – So Much History & Neon But Is It Worth Your Time!?

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Las Vegas Neon Museum Boneyard Tour

MtM Vegas – Las Vegas Neon Museum Boneyard Tour

On this week’s special Vegas show we’re talking all about the amazing and historic Las Vegas Neon Museum featuring the Neon Boneyard with so many historic signs from the past! Before we dive in don’t forget to subscribe to the Miles to Memories YouTube channel to see every episode plus our Vegas reviews, guides and tours!

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This Week’s MtM Vegas Video

Las Vegas has long been known as a city with some of the best neon signs in the world! Thankfully many of these treasures have been preserved and tons of them have even been restored. In Downtown Las Vegas you can now tour the Neon Boneyard and Museum, but is it worth a diversion from Fremont Street to visit? We’ll let you know the prices, how to get there, what the tour is like & which signs you should look out for. This is Las Vegas at its best!

Las Vegas Neon Museum Boneyard Tour – Bottom Line

What do you think? Let me know in the comments!

Shawn Coomerhttps://milestomemories.com/
Shawn Coomer earns and burns millions of miles/points per year circling the globe with his family. An expert at accumulating travel rewards, he founded Miles to Memories to help others achieve their travel goals for pennies on the dollar. Shawn also runs a million dollar reselling business, knows Vegas better than most and loves to spend his time at the 12 Disney parks across the world.

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  1. Thanks guys! I’m heading to Las Vegas on the 15th and staying on Fremont Street the first 3 nights. This looks like a pretty awesome way to spend an hour!
    I live on the other side of the desert, in Western Colorado, with a dinky-ass airport where the only cheap flights are the direct ones to Vegas on Allegiant. So until flight/gas prices come down a bit, this is where I’ll be escaping to every couple of months, lol.

  2. I’ve long wanted to go, but I really don’t like their policies. You can’t bring a camera or tripod unless you go on a specific day once a month and pay $50? What’s even more ridiculous is that even though these photos are for personal use, I can’t take a photo with my wife during this session. I get that the signs are copyrighted designs and all, but this really rubs me the wrong way. Other venues like Chihuly in Seattle and the Japanese Garden in Portland handle this far better, in my opinion.

    • We took all the photos we wanted with our phones.

      Really cool place. No photos for the end show, which migh be an add-on, but photos were allowed when the show was over.

    • We took all the photos we wanted with our phones.

      Really cool place. No photos for the end show, which might be an add-on, but photos were allowed when the show was over.

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