Poland is a country with a rich neon sign history and culture. This “neon culture” really began to take off during the Communist era when laws concerning the “bourgeois” nature of neon were lifted after the Stalinist period.
It’s only fitting that a museum dedicated to these historic signs be opened in Poland! The Neon Muzeum is located in Warsaw and features signs from the pre-World War II era up to the modern day.
Definitely a must-see hotspot for the neon enthusiast!
(Image credit: Adrian Grycuk. Used via Wikimedia Commons per CC 3.0 Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Poland license.)