The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, features signs from old casinos and other businesses displayed outdoors on over 6 acres (2.4 ha). The museum is restoring the La Concha Motel lobby as its visitor center, which officially opened on October 27, 2012. For many years, the Young Electric Sign Company stored many of these old signs in their "boneyard." The signs were slowly being destroyed by exposure to the elements. The museum is slowly restoring the signs and placing them around the Fremont Street Experience.
In addition to changing temporary exhibits the National Atomic Testing Museum showcases its collection of more than 12,000 unique artifacts in educational and inspiring exhibits. There is something for everyone to experience in dynamic displays presenting the history of the development and testing of one of man’s most significant inventions, a nuclear bomb.
The Amazing Johnathon has created a full-sized drive-in movie theater in a warehouse in Las Vegas, complete with twenty vintage cars to sit in while you watch a movie! But... it's a private club, by invite only!
Elvis and Priscilla were married on May 1, 1967 in Milton Prell's suite at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their civil ceremony was performed by Nevada Supreme Court Justice David Zenoff. The maid of honor was Michelle Beaulieu and best men were Marty Lacker and Joe Esposito.
Evel persuaded the owners of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to let him jump their fountains on New Year's Eve 1967. After a failed landing, which was caught on film, Knievel spent 29 days in a coma.
The first telephone in Las Vegas was installed in 1907 at
the corner of Main and Fremont streets. It's telephone number was "1".
The builder and operator of three consecutive 'world's largest hotels', Kirk Kerkorian holds the title as the longest reigning King of Las Vegas.