There is so much character in the city of Philadelphia! Some of it living and breathing and some of it is something to see! That’s where the Neon Museum of Philadelphia steps in. A new dazzling display is ready to light up Philly. The new Neon Museum is opening on a limited basis next week. It has been in the works for more than 40 years. According to the website, “The Neon Museum of Philadelphia is dedicated to preserving historic signage as an important element of community heritage in Philadelphia and America. The Museum also promotes neon art and appreciation of the 20th century American roadside. We’re an American art and history museum disguised as a neon museum.” Wanna visit? Plan your trip here.
Reading Terminal Stories—part (2) Iovine Produce’s roots date to 1989 when Vinnie Iovine began working at a smaller stand called Ro and Sons. Vinnie and sibling Jimmy took over the business in 1994, renaming it @IovineBrothers. pic.twitter.com/p0ZPYHEOAN— Neon Museum of Philadelphia (@NeonMuseumPhila) March 19, 2021