Currently there is a $400 charge by the curator of the Neon Bonyard
for an exclusive and private 1 hour time slot, in addition to any photographer
Bride and Groom plus photographer (me) some of the wedding party can also attend the photo shoot, the curator likes to keep the number of people down to about 6 plus the photographer,
it is a dirt lot with alot od metal / neon signs from the Las Vegas past. The signs are weather beaten and old, some light up but only at night....but they make for a genuinely
interesting and one of a kind opportunity for photography.
NEW update, they just opened up the NORTH GALLERY, $200 for a 1/2
hour time slot there...it is about 1/2 the size of the original boneyard
we can get some good pics in there....:-)
Call or email me for MY availability and to book, more information and such.
Paul Cichocki, photographer 702- 274-0162 cell
Contact the NeonBoneyard to book a time slot for a
photo shoot, they require a credit card....
and pre payment...to book...so this is something you do yourself....on their website click BOOK A PHOTOSHOOT
at least a one week advance notice is required for bookings as time
slots fill up FAST,
sunset / dusk is the most preffered time to shoot at the Neon Graveyard...so 2 weeks notice is best to ensure a time slot...
to check a date for sunset / dusk time go to www.sunrisesunset.com pick
Las Vegas, NV and the month / year,
click submit and it shows the calendar for that particular month with the times of sunset/sunrise etc
Nearby at Downtown (old) Las Vegas, FREMONT STREET...another great nearby
location for photos.....evening is best for Fremont street when the lights
and glitzy neon come one...
Neonopolis, the Fremont Street Experience canopy (mega vision, Vegas vision) Binions, The Mint, El Cortez and several more old Las Vegas icons ,are just down the road
from the neon boneyard, for those not wanting to spend $200 plus for access to the boneyard.
Neon Boneyard / Neon Museum
The Neon Museum collection boasts over 150 donated and rescued signs. The core of this collection is contained in the Neon Museum Boneyard, a rambling park approximately two acres in size. Signs featured date from the late 1930s through the early 90s and represent motels, local businesses, and celebrated casino resorts from throughout the Las Vegas Valley. While the Boneyard is not electrified, the photogenic collection offers a glimpse into the storied past of Las Vegas and its most memorable art form
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