Las Vegas Neon Museum, Las Vegas

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731 South 4th Street (702) 229-5366

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    Martini Glass

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.



    East end of Fremont Street Experience.

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    Lido de Paris showgirl

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    Lido de Paris showgirl and the stars from Stardust make up one of the many Neon sculptures along the median of the "East Fremont" district.

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.



    East end of Fremont Street Experience

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    The Silver Slipper

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    The Silver Slipper casino opened in 1950 as the Golden Slipper on the grounds of the Last Frontier along the early Las Vegas Strip. The Last Frontier was the second casino resort built on the Strip 1942, one year after its pioneering neighbor the El Rancho. The Slipper, designed by Jack Larson and built by Young Electric Sign Company.

    East end of Fremont Street Experience

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    Nevada Motel

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    Nevada Motel
    Location:Neonopolis, near the Fremont Street Experience
    Origin:Part of the Nevada Motel, 1950.

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.



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    Red Barn

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    Red Barn
    Location:Neonopolis, near the Fremont Street Experience
    Origin:Part of the bar of the same name, 1960.
    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.

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    Wedding Information

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    Wedding Information
    Location:Neonopolis, near the Fremont Street Experience
    Origin:Unknown, 1940s

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.

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    Andy Anderson

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    Andy Anderson
    Location:The southeast corner of the Fremont Street Experience and 4th Street.
    Origin:Part of the Anderson Dairy building, 1956.

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.

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    Chief Hotel Court

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    Chief Hotel Court
    Location:The northeast corner of the Fremont Street Experience and 4th Street.
    Origin:Part of the Chief Hotel, 1940s.

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.



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    The Flame Restaurant

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    The Flame Restaurant
    Location:The southwest corner of the Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas Boulevard
    Origin:Part of the restaurant of the same name, 1961

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.

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    Aladdin’s Lamp

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    Aladdin’s Lamp
    Location:The northwest corner of the Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas Boulevard
    Origin:Part of the Aladdin Hotel, 1966

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.



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    The Hacienda Horse and Rider

    by Yaqui Written Oct 9, 2011

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    The intersection of the Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas Boulevard.
    Origin:Part of the Hacienda Hotel, 1967

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the Fremont Experience. If you want to see some of the most historical signs, you have to go to the bone yard and there is a not free.



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