If you've never heard of the Neon Museum, let me sum it up for you: it's where all the famous neon signs go when the old casinos and hotels are demolished to make way for the new. As you know, Las Vegas is always in a state of flux. It's constantly being torn down and rebuilt. It would be a pity if the old signs were destroyed, so the museum was created to house them. The Neon Museum does guided tours, so if you're ever in Vegas and want to see the collection, all you need to do is get in contact with them HERE and reserve your spot.
Pat took a lot of the pictures in this post. I was busy shooting my model Christine, so the only time I had to wander around and take a few snapshots of the signs was when she was changing her clothes. I'll have to go back there the next time I'm in Vegas so I can enjoy the collection without the distractions of a photo shoot. A very cool place!