Reviving Nostalgic City Signs on Virtual Tour

RSVP to learn more about these iconic Las Vegas signs

By Zoneil Maharaj

The Neon Museum hosts a FREE virtual tour of its restored neon signs Thursday, Feb. 4, from 6 to 7 p.m. “Beyond the Boneyard: Restored Roadside Relics” will share history and insights on the nine restored signs scattered throughout Downtown Las Vegas. The nine signs are:⁠



5th Street Liquor Store

5th Street Liquor Store, which opened in 1945 at Las Vegas Boulevard and Garces Street.⁠



Binion’s Horseshoe


Binion’s Horsehoe, which opened in 1951 at 128 Fremont St.⁠


The Bow & Arrow Motel


The Bow & Arrow Motel, which was built in the 1950s on Wyoming Avenue.⁠


The Hacienda Horse and Rider


⁠The Hacienda Horse and Rider, which was installed in 1967 at the Hacienda Hotel at 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. ⁠



The Lucky Cuss Motel


The Lucky Cuss Motel, which was built as the Panorama in the 1950s at 3305 Fremont St.⁠


The Normandie Motel


The Normandie Motel, which opened in 1937 at 708 Las Vegas Blvd. ⁠


Others included in the virtual tour not pictured here: The Silver Slipper, which opened in 1950 as the Golden Slipper; the Society Cleaners, which opened in 1946; and the Landmark Hotel, which opened in 1969 and was owned by Howard Hughes.⁠

⁠The presentation is free, but space is limited. Reserve your spot as soon as possible at The Neon Museum’s website.

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