Whether you’re already into neon, or you just want a new experience, the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles is a site to behold. Founded in 1981, the museum includes neon and electric art from artists around the world. It also has restored vintage signs from businesses around Southern California.
The museum has changed locations, originally housed in downtown LA, then at the Universal CityWalk and now in downtown Glendale. It’s across the street from the Americana at Brand, the open air shopping center.
MONA is a walk down memory lane, a place to see all of the neon signs from our past. And if you happen to be in LA, it’s certainly worth the look.