Now, same-sex couples can get married in the wedding capital of the world and the Neon Museum offers the city’s most iconic location for those wedding ceremonies. The museum offers three open-air locations surrounded by historic examples of Las Vegas’ most famous art form – and endless romantic photo opportunities.
“We’ve looked forward to and prepared for this day for a long time,” said Danielle Kelly, executive director, Neon Museum. “Since opening, we’ve offered commitment ceremonies, as well as LGBTQ tour content, and have welcomed and/or worked with the community for as long as I can remember. We are just thrilled to finally be able to offer the same weddings to everyone, regardless who they want to marry.”