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Downtown Las Vegas by Trike including Pawn Stars
"See what Las Vegas has to offer on this 5-hour trike tour of the Las Vegas Strip. After your pickup you'll be taken to the starting point where you'll learn how to operate your trike go over safety instructions and meet your guide.Your tour will first stop at the famous 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign for a a photo opportunity before stopping at the Shelby American Museum an amazing stop for muscle car enthusiasts. You'll then continue to the locations of popular TV shows such as History Channel;s Pawn Stars andCount's Kustoms from Counting Cars.Next you'll cruise over to Downtown Las Vegas to Fremon home of the Famous Fremont Street Experience the Slotzilla Zip Lines and the Container Park. Please note: price displayed is valid for up to two (2) passengers per trike. If you wish to drive your own trike you must make separate bookings."
From $100.00
 
Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Scooter and Food Tour
"This tour provides an exciting laugh-out-loud experience visiting and exploring famous Las Vegas landmarks while eating at award winning local favorite restaurants. The 4-hour all inclusive service starts the minute you are picked-up from your Las Vegas hotel. You'll be brought to the starting location for an overview of how to operate your scooter in a fun and safe manner. Once everyone stopping to take photos at the iconic 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign before making a stop at The Bellagio to see the botanical garden Chihuly “Fiori di Como” glass sculpture exhibit and the world's tallest chocolate fountain.You'll then travel north up the Strip past the Venetian Palazzo and the Wynn as crowds of people make you feel like a celebrity when they smile honk
From $270.00
 
Las Vegas Night Tour of the Strip by Luxury Coach
"After pickup from select hotels begin your Las Vegas night tour with a glass of Champagne at the iconic 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas' sign where you'll have time to snap photos of the Las Vegas Strip landmark. Head up the famous Las Vegas Strip and stop at the Bellagio Hotel to watch world's most spectacular fountain show and the volcano show at the Mirage Hotel. Your next stop is t where Las Vegas started in 1905. Experience the intimate downtown atmosphere that is reminiscent of classic Las Vegas -- long forgotten by the new corporate mega-resorts. Check out the Fremont Street Experience light show on a four-block-long video scree"""Take a guided night tour from the south end of the Las Vegas Strip north to downtown Vegas in the comfort of a 25-seat luxury motor coach. Comfortable seating
From $53.00

Las Vegas Neon Museum Tips (11)

The Hacienda Horse and Rider

The intersection of the Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas Boulevard.Origin:Part of the Hacienda Hotel, 1967This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this...
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Oct 09, 2011

Aladdin’s Lamp

Aladdin’s LampLocation:The northwest corner of the Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas BoulevardOrigin:Part of the Aladdin Hotel, 1966This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of...
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Oct 09, 2011

The Silver Slipper

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...
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Oct 09, 2011

The Flame Restaurant

The Flame RestaurantLocation:The southwest corner of the Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas BoulevardOrigin:Part of the restaurant of the same name, 1961This is just east of the Fremont...
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Oct 09, 2011

Chief Hotel Court

Chief Hotel CourtLocation: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...
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Oct 09, 2011

Andy Anderson

Andy AndersonLocation: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...
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Oct 09, 2011

Wedding Information

Wedding InformationLocation:Neonopolis, near the Fremont Street ExperienceOrigin:Unknown, 1940sThis is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to...
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Oct 09, 2011

Red Barn

Red BarnLocation:Neonopolis, near the Fremont Street ExperienceOrigin: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...
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Oct 09, 2011

Nevada Motel

Nevada MotelLocation:Neonopolis, near the Fremont Street ExperienceOrigin: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...
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Oct 09, 2011

Lido de Paris showgirl

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...
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Oct 09, 2011

Martini Glass

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...
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Oct 09, 2011
 
 
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Things to Do Near Las Vegas Neon Museum

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The Neon Sign Museum

The Neon Musuem doesn't just consist of historical neon signs, but there is something else that is very special. The visitor center once was the La Concha Motel lobby, Mid-Century modern design...
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Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Also in Las Vegas you can see some very interestings Museums.This is a picture taken at Natural History Museum. Others good museums are: Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. Houdini's Museum. The Tomb and...
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Fremont Street Experience

I went here twice when I was staying in Vegas, I found it so much better then the main vegas strip. The drinks are cheaper, the pubs had more "alternative" music playing. Two pubs had a cover band...
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The Golden Gate Hotel

I love to head to The Golden Gate for their $.99 shrimp cocktail, which they have been serving since 1959. By 1991 they served a whopping total of 25 million! -OR- You could really splurge and...
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Weddings

After 20 years of marriage we decided to get our vows renewed on our holiday to Vegas in July. We chose the Elvis - Burning Love package at the Wee Kirk and we chose well! It was such a lovely...
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Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower

We went during late June in 2014, myself and my family. I will say that overall I was pleased with the experience and the view from up above will make you forget about the costs and the inconvenience...
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Getting to Las Vegas Neon Museum

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731 South 4th Street

Hours

  • Sunday 08:30 to 22:00
  • Monday 08:30 to 22:00
  • Tuesday 08:30 to 22:00
  • Wednesday 08:30 to 22:00
  • Thursday 08:30 to 22:00
  • Friday 08:30 to 22:00
  • Saturday 08:30 to 22:00

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