As we make our way back home to Oceanside, we decided today would be a great day for Eric and A1 to enjoy their first Vegas show. It was not your typical Las Vegas show, but it was absolutely perfect for us. The Neon Museum offers a great option for people of all ages with the show Brilliant. It brings forty vintage, nonfunctional neon signs back to life through music and film projection. The songs are all Las Vegas inspired from artists like Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley. The twenty five minute show takes place in one small area while different signs that surround you are highlighted at different times (so there is no reason to stake out seats). We danced the entire time, and we weren’t the only ones. When the show is over all the signs are lit, giving you the best opportunities for pictures. A1 loved it so much that when we left she cried, shouting out “otra vez, otra vez”! Next time we come we will check out the Boneyard, which houses vintage, functional neon signs. This is a separate ticket, so next time we will probably do both. Brilliant is brilliant.
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Oh my gosh, BEYOND AMAZING. We had taken the sunset history walking tour through the Neon boneyard (where the lights slowly illuminate) but we had no idea there was a show. I am SO there next time in Vega$. What a total blast. I love it. Can’t wait. Thanks for leading the way to something new to do in “Sin City”. Love it.
Oh what an amazing concept and great re-purposing!! I can see the three of you ‘rocking out’ and swaying to lights and music!! Am sure My granddaughter enjoyed it thoroughly! How fun! Another great family adventure!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟