Neon Museum begins offering self-guided tours

A Telemundo videographer is silhouetted during a media preview of “Brilliant!,” a new augmented reality experience in the North Gallery Pavilion at the Neon Museum Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018.
Photo: Steve Marcus

In an attempt to meet demand, the Neon Museum has begun offering non-guided tours to the public. The decision, according to a Neon Museum newsletter, comes after guided tours continued to sell out days in advance, resulting in hundreds of visitors being turned away. General admission tickets cost $19 and give visitors the ability to browse the outdoor boneyard without an online reservation. Because of construction and other bookings, non-guided tour times change daily. Visit neonmuseum.org for the most up-to-date schedule.

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