Las Vegas Strip Neon Signs


Las Vegas City


Neon Signage


Projects hedonistic desires





Collected by

Warehouse 13 (gradual and ongoing)



Date of Collection

Since 1960s



The Las Vegas Strip is a stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard South in Clark County, Nevada, internationally known for its concentration of resort hotels and casinos along its route. The Strip is approximately 4.2 miles (6.8 km) in length, located immediately south of the Las Vegas city limits in the unincorporated towns of Paradise and Winchester. However, the Strip is often referred to as being "in Las Vegas". Most of the Strip has been designated an All-American Road, and is considered a scenic route at night. Many of the largest hotel, casino, and resort properties in the world are located on the Las Vegas Strip. It is known for it's large amount of extravagant neon signs advertising the various locations on offer.


When lit, the signs exude the emotions and energy of the Las Vegas lifestyle. Those exposed feel hedonistic and prone to gambling and indulging in drugs, alcohol and pleasurable company. Some signs have their own unique effects related to their patronage and some pictographic individuals have been known to animate in unusual ways.


When the first of these signs were detected, the Warehouse was sent to investigate the area. It was found that all signs installed prior to 1960 had been infused with artifact energy, seeming having flowed through a shared power grid. This was traced back to the destruction of the El Rancho Vegas casino. Since then, any time a sign has been decommissioned, a Warehouse agent has been present to retrieve it.

Currently the signs are not considered a risk, given the nature of the area, and remaining signs are to be watched but otherwise left alone. The signs are stored in the Warehouse in a specialized Aisle with ample roof-space.

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