Marshall Retail Group opens The Neon Museum Store at LAS’ Harry Reid International Airport

Some of Las Vegas’ most unique and iconic attractions – its world-famous neon signs –are being celebrated at the Harry Reid International Airport with the opening last month of the The Neon Museum Store located inside Concourse C.

The new store has opened in partnership with Marshall Retail Group, a WH Smith Company, and The Neon Museum, a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, studying, and exhibiting iconic Las Vegas signs for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment.

Toby Keir, Marshall Retail Group’s newly appointed CEO and Aaron Berger, executive director of The Neon Museum cut the ribbon of The Neon Museum Store opening on Dec. 9, 2021.

“Our focus at Marshall Retail Group is creating unique customer experiences and partnering with the amazing team at The Neon Museum has given us the opportunity to provide Las Vegas visitors with a one-of-a-kind shopping experience celebrating the history and beauty of Las Vegas’ iconic history,” said Toby Keir, CEO of Marshall Retail Group, at the ribbon-cutting on Dec. 9, 2021.

“It is very exciting that The Neon Museum, home to iconic neon signs of Las Vegas’ past, will now be able to greet people from around the world as soon as they arrive in our great city,” said Aaron Berger, executive director of The Neon Museum.

The Neon Museum Store captures the nostalgia of Vegas’ golden years and gives travelers from Harry Reid International Airport the opportunity to take home memorabilia celebrating the city’s rich history as well as unique Las Vegas gifts and vintage Vegas souvenirs.

The store carries a care-fully curated collection of artworks, photography prints, postcards and books paying tribute to vintage Las Vegas.

The store also carries Neon Museum-themed magnets, drink-ware, apparel, accessories, and souvenirs.

The selection includes products inspired by popular vintage Vegas signs found at The Neon Museum’s Neon Boneyard including Stardust and Ugly Duckling.