Where do Las Vegas's neon signs go to retire? The Neon Museum! Just minutes from the Strip sits this six-acre site dedicated to housing and displaying signs that once lit the Las Vegas night. With over 200 vintage marquees, many of them restored to the condition of their glory days, the museum gives you the chance to take a walk back in time. Who knows, maybe you and Sinatra looked at the same glowing lights? Take a tour for yourself by dragging around the video above for a full 360-degree view.

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