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Neon Museum

 

A collection of old neon signs will be found on the north side of the Fremont Street Experience at 3rd and Ogden.  In this photo, the Nevada Motel--circa 1950. 

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The signage from The Flame Restaurant--circa 1961. 

 

The Red Barn lounge--circa 1962. 

 

Aladdin's Lamp, originally installed in 1966 at the Aladdin Hotel on the Strip--now part of the Neon Museum and can be seen on the east-side of the Fremont Street Experience.

 
 

Dot's Flowers--for all your floral and wedding needs. 

 

Reclaimed signs from the Boneyard located at the east end of the Fremont Street Experience.  The caballero is from the old Hacienda Hotel located where Mandalay Bay now stands. 

 

The actual silver slipper from the Silver Slipper Casino on the Strip; the lights of the slipper kept Howard Hughes up at night when he tried to sleep in his suite across the street at the Desert Inn.

 

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