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Vegas Vic

  • Fremont St. and North 1st St. Map It
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Updated 05/28/2014

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The 50-foot-tall neon cowboy outside the Pioneer Club has been waving to Las Vegas visitors since 1947 (though, truth be told, he had a makeover and was replaced by a newer version in 1951). His neon sidekick, Vegas Vicki, went up across the street in 1980.

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Fremont St. and North 1st St., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States

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Updated 05/28/2014


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Nov 19, 2008

OK neon sign Downtown

In a city that implodes many things more than 30 years old to build something "bigger and better," this is an ancient artifact. But it's still just a neon sign, after all. Not much active competition for it in the Downtown location, though there is a rather free-form "Neon Museum" at one end of Fremont Street that offers other older examples of the genre.

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