Las Vegas: With tourism dried up, Neon Museum connects with visitors staying at home Shannon Miller, The Nevada Independent · March 27, 2020 at 1:09 am When staff members at The Neon Museum in Las Vegas found out that they wouldn’t be able to welcome visitors for at least 30 days, per the governor’s public health advisory, they hatched a plan to bring the museum to people. “Virtual tours” of the museum’s outdoor “boneyard” of vintage signs are available on a new web app. Online visitors just have to type in the password “Neon” to access photo, text and audio narration. “We thought to ourselves, what can we do to help folks, especially folks who love the museum worldwide? How can we keep them engaged in what we do?” Neon Museum President and CEO Rob McCoy said in an interview on Wednesday.