The Neon Museum’s popularity is rising and they are expanding their hours and offerings to accommodate the increased demand. The biggest change is the addition of self-guided, general admission tours. The general admission tours allow you to see the collection at your own pace, without a guide. The museum does post guides/docents in the yard in case you have questions during your self-guided tour. The self guided tours are available 9am-4pm for $19. Tickets have a timed entry, but you can enter any time after your ticket time and stay as late as 5pm.
They have also added a new sound, lights and projections show called Brilliant.
Continue reading Neon Museum adds self-guided tours and a light show
The LVRJ just published an article on the remaining Sigma Derby machines. I have fond memories of the Camel race Sigma Derby version that used to be at the Luxor, but was removed when they started de-theming the Luxor.
Here is a link to the LVRJ article.
And they’re off … at the Sigma Derby horse race
If you enjoy Las Vegas gaming history and miss places like the Casino Legends Hall of Fame Museum and Las Vegas Historic Museum, you may be interested in the free Las Vegas and casino memorabilia exhibits downtown at the El Cortez and the Plaza. Continue reading Free Gaming Memorabilia Exhibits Downtown
On Monday, I posted about my planning process for this trip. This is how it all turned out. Warning: This is a long narrative post.
Monday morning after only a few hours of sleep I headed to the airport. I got there at 5am for a 6:25am flight on Southwest. I almost missed the flight due to surprisingly long security lines. Continue reading 48 Hours in Vegas Trip Report