If you enjoy visual arts, sign making, graphic design, or just cultural nostalgia, you will really love a visit to the American Sign Museum. The museum is apparently in a relatively new location, which was designed and renovated specifically to display the signs. The signs are arranged in chronological time periods, and very creatively displayed. There is ample room to view the signs from all sides, and the building itself was clearly done with a loving craftsman's hand-picture perfect. The last section is a "town square" or "streetscape" with signs displayed in situ and in shop windows. The Sign Museum has also partnered with a neon sign shop, which is a working shop, allowing you to view the craft of neon sign making first hand at the end of your tour. The day we visited, the tour guide was the museum's founder/director and former editor of Signs of Our Times, a trade magazine on the craft of sign making. He had a fantastic depth of knowledge and really enjoyed answering questions. In the neon shop one of the business's partners was working. He demonstrated the craft, and also had a lot of experienced wisdom on his trade to share, willingly answering questions, and at times illustrating his responses with demonstration. The trip was my 13 year old son's idea when we couldn't all agree on what to do with a day off, and he got high fives all around for this choice! We took about an hour and a half to go through with the tour and watch the neon demonstration. I have a couple of degrees in art history and have instructed at the college level, and I learned a lot. It was fun for everyone else, too, not pretentious, although it was educational. A bit off the beaten path as museum's go, but well worth a trip.