LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Neon Museum will be closed for the first two weeks of October for Tim Burton's "Lost Vegas" art installation.
The exhibition will include sculptural and digital installations that celebrate Burton's links to Las Vegas and its historical neon heritage.
These artworks will be displayed in the Neon Boneyard and incorporated into "Brilliant!" - the museum's digital show that brings Vegas neon signs back to life as projection screens.
The boneyard will be closed from Oct. 1-14 along with "Brilliant!" performances.
Once installed, Burton's Vegas art exhibit at the museum is expected to add another unique experience to the Neon Museum.