New York-New York Retires a Timeless Neon Sign

As part of its facade renovation, New York-New York resort is retiring easily one of the prettiest neon signs on the Las Vegas Strip.

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New York-New York’s entrance sign is making an exit.

Thankfully, once removed, the sign won’t be discarded entirely. It’ll be going to downtown’s must-visit Neon Museum.

The 30-foot sign has been around since 1997, and will be dissected into three parts before making its way to the Neon Museum.

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It’s weird to say we’d like to lick this before it’s removed, right? Just checking.

The sign’s removal is one of many dramatic changes happening to the facade of New York-New York and the adjacent Monte Carlo.

The only constant in Las Vegas is change (and a seemingly unlimited demand for penicillin), so while we’re sad to see this distinctive sign go, we’re sure something new and sparkly is set to take its place.

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2 thoughts on “New York-New York Retires a Timeless Neon Sign

  1. Michael

    I hate seeing more neon go away. I know led is cheaper and easier but neon is becoming a lost art that built Vegas

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