Location: Freemont Street Experience
Hours of operation: 24 hours/day for the outdoor walking tour, while the online casino with free signup bonus real money usa ohio is only available by appointment only (Tuesday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
Tickets: free for the outdoor walking tour, while for special tours in the Neon Boneyard a fee of $5.00 per person is paid.
The face of the city changes so often and all that is left is a neon sign. The Neon Museum is located at Freemont Street Experience and is an outdoor walking tour. Its purpose is to preserve the city’s history.
The signs have both a historical and cultural value. They are considered incredible works of art. If you are seeing the signs for the first time it can be a very interesting attraction.
The museum officially opened in 1996 when the Hacienda Horse and Rider sign was installed at the intersection of Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas Boulevard. The sign was created in 1967 for Hacienda Hotel where now stands Mandalay Bay resort.
“Andy Anderson”, the Flame Restaurant sign as well as Aladdin’s genie lamp also became part of the museum. The Chief Hotel Court sign is one of the oldest signs in the museum. It dates from 1940 and was located at a hotel on East Fremont Street.
The Neon Boneyard comprises non-restored historic signs exit. Most of the signs originate from Young Electric Sign Company. The entrance fee is $5.00/person for groups of 10 or more or a minimum $50.00 donation for smaller groups.
Imperial Palace Auto Collection
The Imperial Palace is home to a nice surprise: Antique and Classic Auto Collection. The exhibition is 21 years old but the cars rotate so often that you can come every year and see something new.
If you take the garage elevator to the fifth floor, you will find a gift shop with auto related products. The admission to the auto collection is free only if you obtain a pass (if you enter from the Strip).
One of the nicest cars in the exhibition is Lincoln Capri Convertible, coral pink, which belonged to Marilyn Monroe. There were more than 100 vehicles in the exhibition, all looking glamorous. Among the vehicles you can even admire a World War II jeep, along with a 1957 Ford or a 1956 Chevy.
The Dusenburg room includes a bar, a lounge and a Model J collection, which is valued at more than 50 million dollars.
The collection is a good opportunity for car lovers to enjoy some nice time and it’s fantastic for a family vacation destination. The exhibition is opened daily from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and you are allowed to take pictures or film.