The Museum of Neon Art is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that encourages learning, curiosity, and expression by preserving, collecting, and interpreting neon, electric, kinetic art, and historic signs. Neon is a gateway between scientific principles and artistic expression. Neon illumination integrates creative design, electrical technology, and fundamental concepts of physics and chemistry. For over 30 years, it has been the only museum dedicated exclusively to art in electric media, displaying kinetic, electric fine art, and exceptional examples of neon signs. Groups of 10 or more can request a docent at least two weeks before the day of the visit. Brand Boulevard street parking in front of MONA is $2 per hour at the pay station. The Museum of Neon Art offers free admission for children (12 and under), veterans (with ID), and MONA members.
Senior (65+): $8
Glendale Residents (With ID): $5
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
Mon & Tue: Closed