Gone are the glory days of elaborate, angled neon blazing in the desert. But thanks to The Neon Museum in downtown Las Vegas, visitors can experience some of Sin City’s retired retro glitz, up close and personal. The 2 acre Boneyard boasts over 150 donated and rescued signs, ranging in period from the late 1930s to the early 1990s. Typophiles and neon junkies rejoice!
These amazing photos come from idsgn, and were taken on September 25 using a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi. You can see the full set here. More photos after the jump …
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