Las Vegas Neon Museum


Hey, guys! I'm back from my Vegas vacation aaaand I'm exhausted. The drive home, which normally takes about 4 hours, took 7 with all of the holiday traffic. That wasn't fun at all but the rest of the trip sure was and I wanted to share some of it with you today.  One of the coolest places I visited while in Vegas was the Neon Museum. We took a tour of the Neon Boneyard, which consists of over 150 vintage Las Vegas signs that date back as far as the 1930s. I highly recommend taking this tour if you're ever in the area. I took a ton of photos. Here are a few of my favorites...

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  1. I LOVE THIS! I saw the most gorgeous bridal portraits a while back and always wondered where and how they were able to get those shots by the old neon signs... it was here at the neon museum! I can't wait to visit this place next time I'm in vegas :)

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    1. I think I've seen some photos like that before too. It's such a cool place. You'll love it!

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  2. This looks AMAZING! My boyfriend and I are hoping to make a trip to the USA as soon as we have enough pennies, and do a road trip. This is definitely somewhere to add to the list of places to go! :)

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    1. You'll really like it, Laura. Just try not to go in the middle of the summer! :)

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  3. I heard about this place a few years ago and I've wanted to visit ever since. Almost enough to fly back to that side of the planet and deal with the extraordinary heat! It looks amazing!

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    1. It's definitely worth the heat. We lucked out this weekend though. It was only about 75 degrees!

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  4. Those old signs are AMAZING and you got some great photos! They shouldn't let awesome signs like those go to waste! I hope to see this museum the next time I ever go to Vegas!

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  5. So jealous you got to go there! Also, sorry about that traffic--what a bummer!

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    1. I should have known it would be that bad! Oh well, our rental car had XM radio so I discovered a few new things to listen to. Haha.

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  6. Oh I can't believe I didn't go to this when I was there! we went to the 'vintage strip', which i realized when I got there is really only 20 years old. vintage? ha.

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  7. Awesome awesome photos, Elizabeth!! I want to visit so bad!

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  8. this is so cool, I would love to take my cameras there, I didn't even know somewhere like this existed!

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  9. That place is sooo amazing! My husband and I visited there on our honeymoon last year to Las Vegas.

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    1. Isn't it? Some of the signs are wayyy bigger than I imagined!

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  10. Ahhhhh! So so so cool! Great pics! Aaron and I totally need to get out to Vegas one day!
    xo

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  11. I’m loving this jam! I have like 10 lb of strawberries in the fridge right now (there was a huge sale at the korean market) so I can definitely spare some strawberries for this!

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