The Neon Museum’s Virtual Tour of “Lost Vegas: Tim Burton” Exhibition

From an animatronic slot machine to a 40-foot-tall neon sign, imaginative site-specific works inside and out

Extended several months by popular demand, then shuttered amidst the pandemic, the Neon Museum‘s Lost Vegas: Tim Burton exhibition will come to an official end on 12 April. Before the imaginative installation of original, (mostly) site-specific work concludes, however, education specialist Mitch Cohen will offer one last chance to see it all through a Neon Museum Facebook Live virtual tour. More than an assemblage of sculptural works …

Cool Hunting Video: Neon Museum

How the "neon boneyard" collects and repurposes Las Vegas' trademark art form

There are few distractions in Las Vegas outside the glaring light of the gambling halls, but one of the best also preserves the city’s light-filled legacy: the Neon Museum. This eclectic “neon boneyard” celebrates artifacts of Las Vegas’ native art form: the neon sign. Collecting donated signs, tracking down antiques in need of preservation, and even repairing signs that are returned to be on display …