The Neon Museum, encompassing a two-acre outdoor “boneyard” in downtown Las Vegas, is home to more than 150 donated and rescued Strip and downtown signs dating from the 1930s to present day. And it’s about to get even more crowded. The popular attraction is bringing 30 signs out of storage and into the public view, marking the museum’s first expansion since its 2012 opening.

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The nonprofit Neon Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the city through its indigenous art form, the neon sign! Its collection consists of three components: the Neon Boneyard, the Downtown Gallery and the Las Vegas Signs project.

The Downtown Gallery (Fremont Street at Las Vegas Boulevard) and the Las Vegas Signs Project (located on Las Vegas Boulevard between Sahara and Washington avenues) feature electrified, restored signs installed as public art throughout the downtown area. These signs are available for viewing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Neon Boneyard is available for guided tours Monday through Sunday starting at 10 a.m. Tours routinely fill up, so guests are encouraged to book a tour time in advance on the museum’s website.

It is well worth the visit the next time you’re at Tahiti Village.