What happens to a Las Vegas sign once it’s retired? It lands in the Neon Museum where its nostalgia and history can be appreciated and long remembered with care. The Boneyard at the Neon Museum is a phenomenal 2 acre campus featuring dozens of retired Las Vegas signs. It’s also the perfect venue for events and weddings and is a spectacular draw for photogs. The museum is open weekdays from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and is closed weekends. The museum is outdoors, so dress appropriately. Guests may visit by tour only, and scheduled appointments with fees apply to photographers.