Las Vegas Neon Museum Offers Same-Sex Wedding Packages

With the overturning of Nevada's same-sex marriage ban, Las Vegas' Neon Museum has announced a set of wedding packages aimed at same-sex couples. 

For weddings, the museum offers three open-air locations surrounded by examples of vintage neon signs. 

The museum, which has offered LGBTQ tour content since its opening, is now able to offer its wedding packages to all couples, said Danielle Kelly, executive director of the Neon Museum. 

Since officially opening to the public in 2012, the Neon Museum Boneyard -- the outdoor exhibition area containing more than 150 historic Las Vegas signs -- has offered romantic photo opportunities, including ones in front of the restored Wedding Information sign, the space-age Stardust sign and the Moulin Rouge sign whose dismantled letters spell out “in love.”

The museum's North Gallery, which debuted in the spring of 2014, includes the Lady Luck sign and the oversized horseshoe from the famous Binion's Horseshoe casino. 

In addition to the 3,500-square-foot Neon Boneyard events space and the North Gallery, the Neon Museum also offers the 2,500-square-foot Neon Boneyard Park and 600-square-foot La Concha Visitors Center for special events. These various spaces offer flexibility for planning wedding receptions up to 300 people. The Neon Museum maintains a roster of preferred vendors including caterers, photographers, and special event planners to assist guests in organizing and executing their functions. While tours of the Neon Boneyard are not included as part of the museum’s standard events package, abbreviated tours may be added to certain events for additional fees.

Prices for weddings inside the museum start at $450. For more information or to book a wedding at the Neon Museum, call Ian Zeitzer at (702) 387-6366 or email him at [email protected]