The massive pieces of glass-and-metal art at the Neon Museum are very nearly as impressive in retirement as they were in life, and they are presented with the full reverence due such pop masterworks. The docents leading the tour groups know the full history of the signs—the hotels they represented, the artists who designed them and the time period that they existed in—but they don’t have a set script. As a result, you could take the Neon Museum tour a dozen times and learn something new each time you do it, which helps make up for all those times you have to play Vegas host.
770 Las Vegas Blvd. North, 387-6366, NeonMuseum.org.