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Neon Museum to spotlight Women's History Month

Posted at 12:54 PM, Feb 25, 2016
March is National Women’s History Month. To honor the occasion, the Neon Museum will once again update its regularly scheduled Neon Boneyard tours to include notable facts about Las Vegas’ most interesting and influential women.
Now, visitors will hear not only about the history of neon signage in Las Vegas and the various hotels, developers and entertainers associated with them, but also additional information spotlighting the contributions of Las Vegas’ female city founders, business owners and politicians.
At the Golden Nugget “1905” sign, which commemorates the year Las Vegas was founded, hear how Helen J. Stewart’s sale of her ranch to William A. Clark, proved instrumental in the establishment of Las Vegas.
There will be several more displays of iconic Las Vegas women.
Daytime and nighttime hour-long tours of the Neon Museum Boneyard are available daily. 
To secure a reservation and purchase tickets, click hereor call (702) 387-6366.