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Lonely Planet review
Plaques tell the story of each sign at these al-fresco galleries of restored vintage neon signs. Look for the flashy 40ft-tall chap on horseback, along with sparkling genie lamps, glowing martini glasses, 1940s motel marquees and more. For now, the biggest assemblages are found at the Neonopolis , on the 3rd St cul-de-sac just north of Fremont St and at the old fort. The permanent museum (www.neonmuseum.org) is a work in progress, although tours of its neon-sign boneyard, usually at noon and 2pm Tuesday through Friday, are available by advance reservation.