National Neon Sign Museum

200 East 3rd Street, The Dalles, OR, USA

3609916676

New to The Dalles in 2018, visit the National Neon Sign Museum in the historic Elks Building! In the heart of downtown’s historic district, this museum is more like a time machine, filled with signs and artifacts of bygone businesses. Opened by David Benko, his fascination with neon signs goes back decades. He even worked making and repairing neon signs, and curating the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati. Check their website for updated admission information.

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