Updates

The Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas Sign would like to say thank you to Las Vegas Metro Police Detective Tijiro for her service to our community.

The Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas Sign is officially back open to visitors! Viva Las Vegas!

Welcome back to the fabulous Las Vegas sign. Please practice social distancing while waiting to take pictures. Viva Las Vegas!

Greg Zanis, the man who built and delivered the crosses to the Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, in memory of the victims who lost their lives October 1st has past away today. Our heartfelt condolences go out to his family. "Thank you Mr. Zanis. You will be truly missed by everyone here in Las ...

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COVID-19 Can't break our Vegas Strong spirit! Just ask Rod Davis from Mississippi! Mr. Davis called us wanting to know if the Welcome To Las Vegas sign was open because he drove his semi-truck here to make a delivery and he wanted to get his picture taken in front our world famous sign, but due t...

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We would like to take a moment to thank the brave men and women in the Army and all the armed forces, for their dedication, commitment, and sacrifice to the citizens of these great United States of America. May the Lord our God smile upon you all the days of your lives. Thank you.

We came across this photo, submitted by one of our visitors and thought, "that's a really cool pic..." "Hey, let's have a visitor submitted photo contest, of sorts!"
With that, we bring you the very first, of many to come, featured photo.


Testimonials

3 weeks ago
Historical Landmark and a MUST SEE!!! Word of caution, though...watch out for individuals POSING as official photographers and charging for pictures. These people (dressed as if they are professionals) put on a good show by asking people to pose in all different manners, but in actuality, they are exploiting the trusting nature of tourists to take their money. They are the same as thieves, in my opinion, because they are misrepresenting who they are and what they are really up to. I'm sure that someone, in front of or behind you, in line would be glad to take your pics on your phone if you offer to do the same for them for free!!! Here are the pics the father of a nice family took of us after I took some of him and his family.
- Wayne A
3 weeks ago
Nice to see that everyone was wearing masks and waited patiently in line. There is limited parking available, and line waits take about 10-20 minutes. There was someone offering to take photos for tourists. Overall very well kept and beautiful picture opportunity.
- Nicole F
2 weeks ago
Welcome to Las Vegas, if it's your first time come stop by to see this historical landmark. I would visit Vegas often and didn't make the stop until years later and it was worth the stop. It's just a fun quick detour from the strip. Theres plenty of free parking and everyone is respectful when taking pictures, last time I visited with covid regulations you do have to wear a mask and they had a representative making sure people were following protocols. Overall, it's a fun stop and a memorable one.
- Rui R
Iconic 1950s neon sign & popular photo op marking the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.

"What happens here, only happens here!"

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