Posted on: December 11, 2023, 07:13h.
Last updated on: December 11, 2023, 07:13h.
The Neon Museum has announced plans to restore an iconic Las Vegas artifact that had been kept hidden for decades. This historic piece of Las Vegas history will be restored by the museum and put on display for the first time.
A piece of the Flamingo road sign has been on display at an airport center and has appeared as a backdrop for wedding photos taken on-site. This marks the first time in decades that the sign has been on public display.
Planned restoration efforts by the Neon Museum extend to not just the main Flamingo road sign, but also to other signs associated with the resort, including a sign featuring more feathers and a neon rainbow adding more charm to the design.
With significant donors supporting the extensive restoration efforts for the Flamingo road sign, historical relics like these continue to be uncovered and preserved, providing a window into the rich history of Las Vegas and its vibrant culture.