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Museum of Neon Art


The Museum of Neon Art is the only museum in the world devoted exclusively to art in electric media, exhibiting electric and fine art.

General Overview


The Museum of Neon Art is located in Glendale, and offers the opportunities to learn about the history and science behind neon art (and offers some great photo spots). The museum's history dates back over 30 years, and it’s the only museum in the world devoted exclusively to art in electric media. Permanent and rotating exhibitions at the musuem include electric and kinetic fine art. The museum also offers immersive and experimental classes, such “Intro to Neon Art,” “Bend, Blow & Glow” and a “One-Day Neon Art Immersive.” 

How To Get There

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Alex D., Senior Manager, Government Relations

Alex brings experience in municipal, business and transportation government relations. He is a Southern California native, born and raised in Los Angeles County. Alex graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with a Bachelors in Political Science and is completing his Masters in Government at Johns Hopkins University. Alex joined the Metrolink team in 2017 and now supports local, state and federal relations – focusing on regulatory and legislative support for Metrolink service and improvement projects. In his free time, Alex enjoys exploring local foodie favorites and taking in the arts and culture around Southern California.

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Details

Location

216 S Brand Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91204

(818) 696-2149

Museum of Neon Art