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Museum Of Neon Art - 7 Reviews - 501 W Olympic Blvd Ste 101, Los Angeles, CA - Museums & Galleries Reviews - Phone (213) 489-9918

Museum Of Neon Art

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501 W Olympic Blvd Ste 101
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(213) 489-9918
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What a great place.\r For those of you who love Neon, this is the place to visit.\r \r if taking a tour of Los Angeles, Let us drive you around town in style.\r AAA Limousine ...

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A piece of nostalgia in downtown LA 12/23/2005

While there's not a lot to see here, you do get to go back in time when big neon signs welcomed you to a location. There's also quirky neon exhibits as well. I went there on a Sunday, and there was plenty of free street parking. more

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Hey, MONA 12/19/2005

While I can't give the Museum of Neon Art an entirely glowing review, I will say it is worth paying a quick visit to if you are near it in downtown L.A and have at least half an hour to kill. The holdings are not that extensive, so you can walk through it real quickly. They include a lot of commerical neon art from various vintages, and they also have more modern neon fine art which is sometimes interesting. The gift shop is well worth paying a visit to as well. more

Museum of Neon Art 9/24/2005

My boyfriend dragged me to visit the Museum of Neon Art with him on their free admission day. He likes neons signs of all things and even has a couple in his apartment. The museum is pretty nice with a vast collection of neon art by many artists. I am not really a fan so I did not fully appreciate it as my boyfriend did but I still enjoyed myself nonetheless. more

NEON ART 8/18/2005

Ostensibly the world's only repository of neon art and artifacts, the Museum of Neon Art is the preeminent place to admire that stunning 1940s liquor store sign or bask in the glow of offbeat installations by artists who attended Burning Man. Moving lights and goofy sounds lend a playful feel to the galleries, attracting both kids and grown-up fans of American pop culture. Housed in an unassuming commercial space deep downtown, MONA also maintains extensive archives documenting the often-ephemeral art of the neon sign. Admission: Adults $5; children under 12 free; students/seniors $3.50. Admission is free on the second Thursday of every month from 5pm to 8pm. more
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  • In Short
    Ostensibly the world's only repository of neon art and artifacts, the Museum of Neon Art is the preeminent place to admire that stunning 1940s liquor store sign or bask in the...

  • 11/16/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Sun 12pm-5pm Wed-Sat 12pm-6pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Central LA, South Park