The museum is located out of the city center in an old complex of building which gives the feeling of a squatter residence. It tells the story of neon from it's Chemical discovery to uses today. there are original signs that have been refurbished or renovated. The highlight for us was talking to the owner/founder, he's not always there but we got lucky. He's extremely knowledgeable but more than that he's passionate about the subject and makes the museum come to life. Great experience.
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