The Neon Museum introduces ‘Portrait Hour’ personal photo sessions

by Samantha Davis-Friedman

Smile! The Neon Museum in Las Vegas offers visitors the chance to have personal photos taken with hundreds of vintage Las Vegas signs.

The Neon Museum, Portrait Hour, personal photo shoot
Images courtesy of The Neon Museum

The personal Portrait Hour shoots will take place in the museum’s North Gallery, which is located next to the main collection in the Neon Boneyard. During the session with their own photographer, guests who book Portrait Hour tickets will choose a preselected date and time and will share the space with other guests who are also posing in front of the colorful one-of-a-kind backdrop of world-famous un-restored Las Vegas signs, including Lady Luck and the Golden Nugget.

“Portrait Hour was created to allow fans of the museum to take photos in front of their favorite Las Vegas signs for special occasions or just for fun,” said Dawn Merritt, vice president, and chief marketing officer for The Neon Museum. “While we still offer private photography bookings at the museum, this option offers a more affordable way to shoot personal photos in the museum for those who don’t mind sharing the space with other guests.”

The Neon Museum, Portrait Hour, personal photo shoot

The total number of guests allowed for each group during Portrait Hour is 15, which includes the guests, their photographer, assistants, and any other guests. All photos taken during Portrait Hour are for personal use only (no commercial retail, fine art, or editorial use is permitted without prior written consent from The Neon Museum).

Portrait Hour tickets are $50 per person for one hour, and reservations are required. All members of your party must reserve a ticket. Tickets for Nevada residents, students, active military, veterans, and seniors with valid ID are $35 per person.

Click here for more information and to book a Portrait Hour session.

The Neon Museum, North Gallery


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