Neon is one of the enduring symbols of Las Vegas. As more and more neon signs are removed or replaced, here are 10 that are still on the job. When people think of Las Vegas , neon signs are among the first things to spring to mind. However, LED screens and other forms of displays are increasingly replacing them. The Neon Museum has done an excellent job of preserving old signs, some of which are even refurbished and returned to the streets as art, such as the Landmark sign near the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Since its birth, Las Vegas has been famous for the colorful signs that light up the Strip. Although a good portion of the most famous signage has been removed or retired, some still remains. With new hotels and casinos going up every few years, what's considered the "famous" signage of the Las Vegas Strip will gradually change. Considered by many as the most famous sign in Las Vegas, the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign on the south side of the Strip has been greeting visitors since Now a registered historical landmark, the sign has a car parking lot for visitors who wish to take a picture.
Second only to New York City, the fabulous city of Las Vegas is world-renowned as one of the most vibrant, historic, and iconic cities in all of the United States. A city of grandiose and splendor, the streets of Vegas are adorned with creative displays advertising everything from clubs to casinos to hotels. Without further ado, here are the most iconic signs in Sin City.
At the same time they bring out the nostalgia of the old times. For me this Flamingo neon sign was the one that always reminded me of Las Vegas. Returning after more than 10 years I was happy to see it again :. The Flamingo hotel and casino front sign dates back to