Las Vegas Sun

September 2, 2014

Neon Boneyard

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The Neon Museum has been collecting the old or non-functioning marquees of Las Vegas for years. Formerly located at sign manufacturer YESCO's production lot, the signs were moved to their current location nearly 10 years ago in order to better serve the hundreds of tourists who stopped by and wanted to see the old Vegas relics. Although many of the signs have been relocated downtown to the Fremont Street Experience and East Fremont district, visitors will find that the Neon Boneyard continues to build and preserve it's collection with items from newly imploded or remodeled Las Vegas hotels.

— Panoramas by Zach Wise, editing by Sun intern Rob Ponte