Things You’ve Never Done in Las Vegas: Neon Museum

Ever wonder where all those exorbitant neon signs of old Las Vegas wound up?  Through the hard work and dedication of an assortment of individuals, along with corporate and government entities, these lost pieces of unique architectural works are on display at the appropriately named “Neon Museum.” The 150+ signs, some dating back to the 1930’s, tell a unique story in the development of the Las Vegas glitz and the incredible engineering prowess of those who made it possible.   Established as a non-profit organization in 1996, the Neon Museum has dedicated itself to the preservation of this unique Las Vegas art form continually taking in retired signage to add to their already impressive collection.  Though visitation has been cut down, the Neon Museum is currently  restoring the historic “La Concha” Motel Lobby to use as its visitor center to better suit the public and support tourism.

Today’s Top Deals: Las Vegas

Although the recession is rumored to be over, the suffering is still in effect. Which makes us wonder, why are they claiming the recession is over? However, due to this continued fall in revenue, many sectors of the economy are still offering heavy deals. Today’s top deal comes from Southwest Airlines; AOL Travel reports on the latest lowest deals to Las Vegas.

The exclusive Southwest Vacation special is the lowest in years. Get round-trip flight and 3-night hotel starting at $55 per person per night [price based on double occupancy]. This offer is good on travel from late summer through early January 2010. Below are some of the many participating hotels. For more information go to Southwest Airlines’ website.