The Neon Museum Of Philadelphia is Opening to the Public and Features 120 Iconic Signs of Yesteryear!
For over 40 years Len Davidson has been collecting neon signs around Philly as part of his hobby. Working as a consultant and professor during the day, Len would venture out during the night and find iconic and memorable signs all around town. Now his collection of 120 neon signs will be on display at his very own Neon Museum of Philadelphia.
Located at 1800 North American St., Unit E. the museum shares the same building as NextFab and has already been one of the most anticipated venues to open in 2021. Some notable signs that ol’ school Philadelphians may recognize are the Levi’s Hot Dog sign, Horn and Hardart from 30th Street Station, the Shirt Corner and the original Pat’s Steaks crown.
This place is not only a trip down memory lane but it’s probably the most Instagramable museum in town. The soft opening which is schedule for April 15-18th is already sold out. However, Len plans to offer more access to the public on a limited basis with a $10 admission fee. In the meantime you’ll have to follow them on the gram’ and stay tuned for the announcements.
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