For many tourists throughout the years, Las Vegas’ bright and colourful neon signs have been one of the city’s most iconic views. These multi-story advertising beacons have become one of the city’s most recognisable features.
The Neon Museum is currently striving to conserve some of the city’s history by purchasing, storing, and, in some cases, restoring antique neon signs that have fallen out of favour as companies have faded or new signs have replaced older ones.
Taking a guided tour of the Neon Museum, where ancient neon signs are preserved outside in a big property, will allow you to see many of these signs. The history of the signs and designs, which have developed over time, is provided by the guides.
The museum’s efforts are ongoing, and signs are in varied states of repair. Only a piece of some items were salvaged or discovered, while others were restored to their original splendour. This contrast adds to the museum’s appeal and gives visitors a sense of how much work and upkeep these massive signs necessitate.