The Neon Museum "boneyard" is located near the Fremont District of Las Vegas and features hundreds of pieces of historic neon which are only available through a guided tour. The tour is essential; there's so many pieces crammed into the boneyard that you would no doubt miss something without a guide. Besides, the guides add so many pieces of information it really brings the boneyard to life.
The boneyard is amazingly well organized. For a photographer, the place is a dream. It's as if each piece has been set up for the perfect photograph; the framing, the lighting, even the colour composition is almost Disney-esque. I lost track of how many pictures I took. You can check out the best of the lot in the slideshow below.
For your next trip to Las Vegas, take an afternoon and schedule a tour at the Neon Museum (tours are mandatory due to the nature of the exhibits) and make sure you book online.
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