Newly Restored Neon Signs To Be Dedicated On Las Vegas Boulevard In The Cultural Corridor

Eventually, these restored neon signs will stretch all the way south along Las Vegas Boulevard all the way to Sahara.

For now, there’s three of them: The Bow and Arrow, The Silver Slipper, and The Binions Horseshoe that are installed and ready for dedication this Monday, November 9th, 4:45 pm.

The signs being installed on Las Vegas Boulevard are in the heart of Las Vegas’ Cultural Corridor. The corridor is made up of the highest concentration of cultural institutions in Las Vegas and includes Cashman Center, the Las Vegas Library, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, Lied Discovery Children’s Museum, The Neon Museum, the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park, and the Reed Whipple Cultural Center.