Nevada: Sin City’s Neon Museum shows off its signs at night

 
 
A tourist takes a photo while visiting the Neon Museum in Las Vegas.
A tourist takes a photo while visiting the Neon Museum in Las Vegas.
Julie Jacobson / AP

The Neon Museum, where Sin City’s most iconic signs go to retire, has begun aiming more than 100 multicolored spotlights on its outdoor collection of 150 signs. The Las Vegas museum has fully restored a few signs, including new bulbs, and added nighttime tours so visitors could see the neon in all its luminescent glory.

Details: www.neonmuseum.org

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