Neon Museum

An extraordinary graphic museum in Warsaw
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“If you like typography or shiny lights, the Neon Museum should be on top of your must-do list while visiting Warsaw.”

The Neon museum is located in the middle of an industrial area full of creative businesses and small independent shops called Soho Factory.

The museum is not very big, but definitely a must visit if you love typography or if you’re a graphic designer like me! The entrance fee is only €2.30 and students even pay less. The museum contains a collection of old neon signs from all over the world. A lot of different signs that use to be in front of shops, hotels or bars. Every sign has it’s own history which the museum tells you all about, but I was especially enchanted by the beautiful lights and the buzzing sound all around.

I can tell you a lot more about this museum, but the pictures speak louder than words.

*Some of the pictures are taken by my boho travel buddy Linsy Steijvers

Anouck
Boho Wanderer - The Boho Guide
Anouck is a creative soul who loves plants, cats and food. She loves big cities just as much as she loves nature and likes to combine the best of both worlds while traveling. On her own blog Anouck Plume she writes about the things that make her happy in life. For The Boho Guide she will look for everything green in cities of the world.
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Mińska 25
Warszawa 03-808 mazowieckie PL
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Wed - Sun / 12:00 - 17:00