Monday, November 30, 2020

Neon Boneyard Park


 The Neon Boneyard Park or Neon Museum is located in Las Vegas and is dedicated to the collecting, preserving and studying the iconic signs of the Las Vegas. The museum opened in 1996 and is a really cool place to see some the historic signs:














The Neon Boneyard Park is a cool place to see history light up in front of you:



27 comments:

  1. We were there when they first opened. I would love to visit again.

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  2. That looks a fun museum to visit.

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  3. Looks like a fun museum to visit. Thanks for sharing this.

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  4. So nice that they have kept them, and part of history. Would be fun to walk through. Enjoyed seeing.

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  5. That is on my list for one of my Vegas trips!

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  6. Hi Patrick - what a cool museum - and I love that the signs still light up - it'd be spectacular in the evening.

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  7. I think I like the big duck one the best. How cool!

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  8. I just love old signs like these. Just earlier today I was reading one of the "Weird stuff to see in..." state books and was looking at signs like this.

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  9. What a great place to visit, so many interesting signs and good that they are not thrown away into landfill.

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  10. I would love it there thanks for the tour

    Have a safetastic week 😷😷😷

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  11. A great collection of iconic signs - certainly a place worth visiting!

    My pictures!

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  12. How cool that they have a place with all the old neon and light signs! I'd love to explore there myself.

    Happy WW and hope you have a good (and safe) week!

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  13. this is definitely on my list. i go to vegas several times a year for conferences and wasn't able to make it to the boneyard last time, but looking forward to going some day.

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  14. I thought the first sign looked familiar. We have driven twice through Las Vegas, on our way to Utah. Jesh

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  15. We don't see much neon any more, at least not here. Pretty cool!
    Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/11/a-quick-peek-at-cedar-creek-gallery.html

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  16. This looks like a cool place!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  17. I wish I could have visited when I went to Vegas! My husband and I saw a bunch of their signs downtown during a walking tour though. Very cool!

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  18. How times have changed. Those old neon signs where so gaudy and certainly attracted the viewers. We used to be in such awe of a street full of them at night.

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  19. I love those old signs! You've taken some great photos, Patrick. Thank you for sharing and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party. Take care and have a lovely weekend!

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  21. That is a really cool idea for keeping these old signs alive and well as part of history! I would love to visit that place! Thanks for sharing and linking.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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  22. Wow! I could spend so much time there!

    It's great to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  23. There's a lot of fun there - and history!

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  24. Dear Patrick,

    These are dazzling! Loved them. The last one made me think of Ziggy Stardust. :)) Our good old David Bowie. :))

    Have a fab week, and see you next week on #WW.

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  25. This is indeed interesting. With the sun going down the razzle and dazzle would be making the place aglow!

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