Latest Las Vegas attraction: A Neon Museum
Where do vintage neon signs go to die?
"The Boneyard" in Las Vegas, which has been an offbeat tourist attraction for those in the know. Now the outdoor site is being expanded into a full-fledged Neon Museum that opens to the public Saturday in downtown Las Vegas. There will be a new visitors' center and an expanded Boneyard.
In addition to signs scattered on the ground, you can see restored, electrified neon in what the museum calls a "Downtown Gallery" on Fremont Street and along parts of Las Vegas Boulevard downtown.
That includes the old Chief Court Motel and Aladdin signs that now are installed along downtown's Fremont Street between Las Vegas Boulevard and Third Street.