New Additions to the Neon Museum
One of the great, lesser known attractions in Las Vegas is the Neon Museum. This little gem is essentially a final resting place for old Las Vegas signs from the hotels of yester-year. On Friday, The Neon Museum posted a couple photos on its facebook wall, announcing the latest additions to its collection! The Neon Museum has acquired pieces from the two most recent Las Vegas resort & casino casualties.
First, it picked up a curved sign off of the recently closed O’Sheas facade:
The Neon Museum adds a sign from the now defunct O'Sheas to its collection.
Second there is a stack of coins from the old Fitzgerald’s (now re-branded as The D) pot of gold sign:
A crane lowers a portion of the pot of gold sign from Fitzgeralds Casino (now The D).
The Las Vegas beat will always march on, and the rate at which hotels and casinos become antiquated in this town is truly staggering. At least there’s a place that is collecting some great memorabilia that will always serve as the perfect destination to get your fix of old Las Vegas nostalgia.
Images from The Neon Museum Facebook Page.