Glendale, California: Museum of Neon ArtTubular glowing signs, and other neon creations, are given their rightful place in the Art World.
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Now in a storefront location. Not huge but very interesting. Displays change often. Admission charged $8-12 depending on age of visitor. Gift shop.[Donna S, 06/04/2016]
Museum of Neon Art
The new building built especially for the museum houses an incredible collection of both vintage neon pieces and art pieces. Vintage animated neon is permanently installed on the rooftop and in the courtyard.[Nikki Kreuzer, 04/12/2016]
Closed as of 2011, moving to Glendale. No reopening date available.[J.A., 11/11/2013]
The museum reopened at its new location on Feb. 6, 2016.
Museum of Neon Art - MONA
Great little museum filled with amazing neon art. This does not house commercial or retro neon, but original artistic pieces.[Nikki Kreuzer, 11/21/2012]
The Museum of Neon Art (MONA) is a non-profit, cultural and educational organization which exhibits, documents and preserves contemporary fine art in electric media and outstanding examples of neon signs. Founded in 1981, MONA is the only permanent institution of its kind in the world.[Ron Neely, 12/13/2002]