Binion's Horseshoe Casino 'H' wall sign - Las Vegas, NV
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member NW_history_buff
N 36° 10.611 W 115° 08.121
11S E 667690 N 4005175
Quick Description: This vintage artistic neon sign is located at the Neon Museum. Admission fees apply to view it up close.
Location: Nevada, United States
Date Posted: 2/13/2021 9:59:56 AM
Waymark Code: WM13T0Y
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member wayfrog
Views: 1

Long Description:
Located at the Neon Museum and outside in their 'Boneyard' are many vintage neon signs, many which are restored and light up. This 1962 neon sign is just one segment of a large wall of H’s that adorned Binion’s Horseshoe on Fremont Street (today known as Binion’s). There's a small bronze plaque near the sign that reads:

Created in 1962 by architects Wayne McCallister and William Wagner and YESCO design staff. The three-story concave panel of interlocking neon "H" elements formed the corner bullnose for the casino's facade on Fremont Street. At the time, the Horseshoe facade claimed to be the largest use of neon worldwide, with more than 8 miles of tubing.

The "H" wall was sponsored and restored with the funding provided by the Robert S. and Dorothy J. Keyser Foundation.

This sign is one of a number that light up and it is located on the south wall of the Neon Museum building.

Business Name: Binion's Horseshoe Casino

Business Type: Other

Condition of Neon Sign: Fully Working Order: Best viewed at night in its full glory!

Physical Address: Not listed

Web Address: Not listed

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