Neon lights are everywhere, and you can often find them in the palm of your hand, in your pocket or even tucked away in your kitchen.
But the neon lights at the Flamingo neon light Museum aren’t just for the fancy-pants of neon-lamp aficionados.
It’s also great for the rest of us.
Here are four neon light museums around the world you should visit.1.
Flamingos Neon Light Museum in Melbourne, AustraliaThis neon light is one of Flamingoes neon light collections.
Flamedoes was the first neon light to come out of Melbourne in 1971.
Flames neon light collection is now home to some of the most iconic neon lights in the world, including the neon-lit neon-infused neon-light Museum.
The Flamingols neon light exhibits show off Flamingoids distinctive light signature.
Flashing lights are typically white or red in colour, but they can be blue, green, blue, red or orange.
Flangingos Neon Lights also has a range of other neon lighting products, including lights and lamps, and the neon light and lamp museum, which hosts exhibitions and classes on neon lighting.
Flamingo Neon Light and Neon Museum Melbourne has a full-time neon light staff and a neon lighting museum, and has been open for more than 30 years.
Flangedo neon lights and neon light display can be found in the Flangedos neon light library, a space that has housed a wide range of neon lighting equipment for over 50 years.
It’s not all neon lights: Flamingoa neon lights are also available to rent, and if you’re lucky enough to have access to a flamethrower or neon torch, Flamingoat neon lights can be yours too.2.
Flamin’ Hotels Neon Light museum in Miami, FloridaThere’s no shortage of neon light shows and art exhibits in the Neon Light museums, but the Flamin Hotels neon light exhibition in Miami has been a long-standing favourite of neon fans for a while.
In its current state, the neon lighting exhibition is one to check out for any neon lighting enthusiast, whether you’re an avid neon-tourer or just looking for something a little more casual.3.
Neon-light museums in Japan The neon-lights in Neon Light Museums around the globe are also a good place to check-out if you happen to be in Japan.
Neon lights have been around for decades, but their neon-themed museums have grown to the point where there are now more than 300 neon lights throughout Japan, and they’re constantly changing to reflect the times.
The neon light history museum in Nagoya, Japan, is one such museum, as well as a neon-friendly Neon Museum in Tokyo.4.
Neon light museums in Australia Neon lights and lighting are a staple of any neon-lighting enthusiast’s daily routine.
The Flamingoo Neon Light collection at Flamingoi Neon Light is one that’s especially well known in Australia.
Flangoi Neon lights were first installed in Melbourne in 1970 and have become a landmark for neon lighting in the city.
The Neon Lights is a neon light gallery and museum in Sydney, and is one the best places to find Neon Lights in Australia and around the country.