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The grand opening of the Neon Museum in Las Vegas is October 27. The Neon Museum, home to a collection of more than 150 neon signs dating from the 1930s, is the largest collection of neon signage in the world and a unique record of Las Vegas' colorful history. Tickets are $18 for adults; $12 for students with valid ID, senior citizens, veterans and Nevada residents. Children ages 6 and under are free. Is this an attraction you would visit on your next Las Vegas trip?   Why or why not?   What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!   (See other readers’ opinions below.)

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I think that would be interesting to see.  Yes, i would attend.   Janice J.  Oklahoma.

Sounds interesting, not sure i like the price, but it may be worth it.  I will probably go by and get a break from the casinos to see the attraction.  Gary Walker

no, this is not for me.  Cheryl Vasquez   New Mexico

I would love to go see this, but I would not spend the $18 to get in.  Rose Marie Mezzapeso   Poland, OH

We visited two years ago,interesting if you appreciate the history. Not a top of the list for me but what they do in terms of restoration and display of those restored signs around town is a very important part of LV history.  James Buetow  Cedarburg,WI

Yes I would. I love the History of the signs plus the fact that we've been to Vegas so many times, this is one thing we've never done. We miss old Vegas and these are touch-stones to the past that we miss. Victor Hanson  Alliston  ON  Canada

I was excited to see this attraction opening the weekend we are coming to Vegas. I planned on attending. After reading the description though I am somewhat disappionted. The palette of light and color is interesting to me as well as the history. If the signs were functioning the $18 price tag is a no-brainer. $18 to walk thru a scrap yard is good
marketing. Probably a worth about $5.  Pete Yanke  StCloud, MN

Yes, i want to see it, but not thrilled with price.   james E.  Dallas TX

This is definitely an attraction I would visit. There is so much history in those signs that it would be great to hear the stories and the ages of those signs and how Vegas was back in the early, early years. I love Vegas so much that it will give me an insight as to what it was like back then.  Janet Baumann   Bolingbrook, IL

yes it's on my agenda. I was in Vegas last week and found out when it was to open so i put it on my bucket list for the next time i visit. i have been interested in this boneyard for a few years and very happy I'll be able to see it.  Lois Withrow  Tecumseh, MI

Just lower your price to about $9.00. You will bring in more people.Garry New Braunfels TX

Come on! A daytime tour for 18.00? A nighttime tour with the neon working maybe but sorry an unlit neon sign is just a sign.  Paul  Kingfisher




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