Neon Boneyard

9 reviews

I believe this is one of the coolest attractions in Vegas. Ever wondered where the old neon signs go when they tear down a hotel/casino. This is where they go!

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  • 1
    0.11 mi

    Neon Museum

    0.11 mi from Neon Boneyard
    9 reviews

    Where neon signs of Vegas meet their end. It's not terrible or depressing - it's actually really neat since they're doing a lot of restoration work. It's another kind of tour of Vegas history.

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  • 2
    0.22 mi

    Las Vegas Natural History Museum

    0.22 mi from Neon Boneyard
    6 reviews

    It's Vegas, so it's not the best in the county, but my son loves this museum. It's one of his favorites, and for the small budget and resources they have to work with, it's pretty impressive. If you want a break from the Strip and looking for some quiet downtime with the kiddos, and re-ignite your brain cells, grab a ...

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  • 3
    0.24 mi

    First Friday

    0.24 mi from Neon Boneyard
    3 reviews

    If you don't want to fork out for expensive tickets to see world famous acts like Celine Dion and Elton John, be sure to plan your trip around First Friday. Local artists and musicians get a chance to show off their work every first Friday of the month at this downtown community event.

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  • 4
    0.21 mi

    Las Vegas Senior Center

    0.21 mi from Neon Boneyard
    1 review

    The Las Vegas Senior Center is on N Las Vegas Boulevard, about halfway between the South Strip and the old North Downtown Strip. It has a large parking lot with plenty of parking. There is often special events here, like table top outreach shows for goods and services geared to seniors. There is a gymnasium, the Dula Gym, and a ...

  • 5
    0.61 mi

    Fremont Street Experience

    0.61 mi from Neon Boneyard
    285 reviews

    Fremont Street is a nice change of scenery from the Strip if you want something more low key. The light show itself is pretty neat, and fun to watch. Sometimes you'll see street entertainers and you really get the sense of the old school Vegas scene here in the downtown area.

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  • 6
    0.68 mi

    Plaza Hotel and Casino

    0.68 mi from Neon Boneyard
    14 reviews

    Okay, honestly I stayed here because I got the rooms DIRT cheap online..and OMG everything was just so run down that I felt like even at the dirt cheap price I overpaid. I mean the room was "okay" but everything was so old and worn out looking and I was with my former fiancee...We were trying to conserve on cash ...

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  • 7
    0.63 mi

    Fremont East Entertainment District

    0.63 mi from Neon Boneyard
    7 reviews

    This is party central. There is something about Fremont Street and the area. It's fun. I can't explain it completely, but there is a vibe on the strip that exudes old people transfixed on slot machines. The attractions on the strip are great. The casinos can be depressing and sometimes scary in a sociological way. Fremont Street is laid back, ...

  • 8
    0.4 mi

    Mob Museum

    0.4 mi from Neon Boneyard
    8 reviews

    It’s the actual former federal courthouse where such landmark hearings as the 1950 Kefauver hearings on organized crime were held. Here, Las Vegas’s former “Happiest Mayor on Earth,” Oscar Goodman, defended real-life wiseguys like Anthony “The Ant” Spilotro (playing himself defending a facsimile of The Ant in the movie Casino). The long-awaited (a decade, to be exact) $42 million museum ...

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  • 9
    0.62 mi

    Insert Coins

    0.62 mi from Neon Boneyard
    6 reviews

    If you like to pair your booze with sports and old-school arcade games, you won't want to miss this place. There's also a dance floor for when the urge strikes. Make sure everyone in your group in 21+.

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  • 10
    0.64 mi

    Mermaid's Casino

    0.64 mi from Neon Boneyard
    8 reviews

    Located near the Fremont Street Experience My friends and I had fun playing their nickel slots and we LOVE their daquiris. My favorite is their Brain Freeze. Beware their daquiris, whatever the flavor may be, are creepers. Moreso if you add an extra shot to them. Beats downing shots though! They also sell fried twinkies and oreos, which I have ...

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  • 11
    0.59 mi

    California Hotel and Casino

    0.59 mi from Neon Boneyard
    5 reviews

    I stayed at the Cal about 10/11 years ago, but have been in the casino in more recent years. It's an older hotel and the rooms are nothing fancy. It's cheap, sure. But now a days you can get a 4 star hotel room on the strip for very little! Rooms smell funky. The restaurant downstairs was ok and the ...

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  • 12
    0.71 mi

    Container Park

    0.71 mi from Neon Boneyard
    4 reviews

    I tend to get off the strip as quickly as possible when I'm in Vegas, and have been frequenting the rapidly debuting newer businesses around the Fremont Street Experience on recent trips. I've watched the Container Park - a museum of sorts built within and around a lot of repurposed shipping containers - construction over the past several years, and ...

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  • 13
    0.63 mi


    0.63 mi from Neon Boneyard
    3 reviews

    Walking in to this bar made me feel like I should grab my Nimbus 2000 and sit down with a mug of Butterbeer at a table with Harry Potter and friends. There was plenty of tables and fire places. A nice bar to sit down and relax from all the Vegas craziness.

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  • 14
    0.49 mi

    Mob Bar

    0.49 mi from Neon Boneyard
    3 reviews

    Just a couple of blocks away from the downtown Mob Museum, this Prohibition-themed bar puts its cocktail waitresses in flapper dresses and makes its bartenders wear bowties. The gimmick is only semi-successful in creating a yesteryear atmosphere, but the historic and artisanal cocktail menu is no joke! They're better made, not to mention cheaper, than the Fremont Street casino bar ...

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  • 15
    0.64 mi


    0.64 mi from Neon Boneyard
    2 reviews

    A bar on Fremont St. where we were told all the locals go and hearing that would be my green light to try it out. The locals have good taste! We hung out on the rooftop terrace and felt like we hit the jackpot. All dressed up and this is the place to go. There was a DJ but no ...

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  • 16
    0.67 mi

    The D Las Vegas

    0.67 mi from Neon Boneyard
    3 reviews

    Second best hotel on Fremont St. Next to the Golden Nugget. If you don't plan to swim or are coming when it's colder stay here for sure. Clean, just renovated.

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  • 17
    0.74 mi

    The Rat Pack is Back

    0.74 mi from Neon Boneyard
    2 reviews

    If you love the rat pack this is a great show. We were the youngest people there but i love the rat pack and these impersonatirs were spot on!

  • 18
    0.67 mi

    La Bayou Casino

    0.67 mi from Neon Boneyard
    2 reviews

    This is hands down my favorite place to gamble. I find that on the strip, it's almost creepy how many people are catatonic, staring at the slot machines. It's way more fun to go down to Fremont Street, and go to this place where the music is great, the Mardi Gras beads are abundant, the drinks don't stop coming, and ...

  • 19
    0.65 mi

    Downtown Cocktail Room

    0.65 mi from Neon Boneyard
    2 reviews

    An elegant cocktail bar whose Happy Hour aspires to LA prices. Imports from $4, mixed drinks and wine at $5, and the food is in the $3-$7 range. A nice enough place if you want to go on a sedated date or chit chat about movies with your friends. Didn't stay here for very long, just enough for a drink. ...

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  • 20
    0.63 mi

    Beauty Bar

    0.63 mi from Neon Boneyard
    2 reviews

    Tuesday Nickle Beer night. Leaning, waiting for 10pm, watching a car crash action flick from the 70s projected on the wall. Watching a friend talk to some recent transplants, watching girls pass on their way to the bathroom. 9:50pm hits and there's a rush towards the back patio, nickles jingling in the pocket. Get in line, watch how it works, ...

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