Even with all the neon, Las Vegans love to gaze at the stars. Tomorrow night, locals can do both at the Neon Museum.
It’s the annual Stars and Stardust: Sidewalk Astronomy event. The museum linked up with the Las Vegas Astronomical Society and the CSN Planetarium for this FREE event.
I’ve been to events at the Astronomical Society events before. Here’s what goes down. Members bring their fancy, fancy telescopes and gladly let you look through them to stare at the night sky. This is not their first rodeo so they actually know what you are looking at. I wish fifth grade were this much fun!
There’s also going to be a scavenger hunt. The Neon Museum is the perfect place to hide things. Should be terrific fun.
The Neon Boneyard is my favorite museum in Las Vegas. It houses most of the iconic neon signs from the 1940s to the present. The museum actually lights 11 for the evening tours. (You can only visit the Boneyard during the one-hour guided tours.) The dozens of others shine in the white light from ground floodlights.
The event begins at 6 and ends at 9. I did say this was FREE? Oh, and parking is FREE too. The parking lot is off McWilliams Avenue.
Have a great week-end, Las Vegas.
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