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Neon signs are considered as a classic art form in Las Vegas. These bright signs are everywhere and the Sin City will never look the same without it, especially the old ones that made some establishments famous and more recognizable. For the love of neon signs, the Neon Museum was born in 1996 to gather and display old pieces of Las Vegas art. It started as a joint project of the Las Vegas City government and the Allied Arts Council of South Nevada. Now, it is being operated by a non-profit organization.

The Neon Museum was launched on November 15, 1996 by putting up its very first restored sign along Fremont Street. The Fremont Street Experience exhibit grew to a 10-piece gallery of refurbished neon signs which is open to the public 24/7. The other signs the museum fixed and kept are found in their by-appointment 150 plus-piece exhibit called, ?The Boneyard?.
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