The Neon Museum is historical place in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Neon Museum was established in 1996 as an association between the Allied Arts Council of Southern Nevada and the City of Las Vegas. The Neon Museum keeps up reestablished signs along the Fremont Street Experience and additionally the signs in the Boneyard collection. The Neon Museum as of late reestablished three signs to the middle, including the acclaimed Silver Slipper. The Neon Boneyard City Park beside the historical center introduced its sign in light of pieces held in the gathering and will open soon. The exhibition hall additionally as of late took in the sign from the Moulin Rouge Hotel and is reestablishing the memorable La Concha entryway to fill in as the historical center's building. The Neon Museum keeps up twelve reestablished signs all through Downtown Las Vegas.