Where can you visit this graveyard for retired neon signs?
The lights of Sin City have blazed brightly for decades, but the bright lights of its casinos and hotels are always changing. The Neon Museum in Las Vegas rescues and displays retired neon signs, especially signs from the Las Vegas Strip. The museum is dedicated to preserving signs that are either artistically or historically significant and collects both functioning signs and a number of aging and fading signs that are on display outside in the “Neon Boneyard.” The visitors’ center is also the former La Concha Motel lobby — a concrete shell built-in 1961.
Answer: The correct answer is Las Vegas