A vison of how Vegas used to be.
Vegas may be famous for its neon signs, but casinos are slowly phasing them out. Luckily, as they go, the Neon Boneyard is here to rescue them and take them to a place of rest. Over 150 historic signs - from the marquees of imploded casinos such as the Stardust and the Silver Slipper to laundrette and cafe signs - are arranged outside in a state of graceful decay, and you can even catch the original sign for Caesars Palace. Now's the time to enjoy it again - it just reopened September 3 after a year-long refurbishment. If you're feeling nostalgic for the old days, there's nowhere better.