The Education and Engagement programs at The Neon Museum invite the public to experience the history and artistry of our unique sign collection. We encourage engagement through a variety of channels, including public tours, Brilliant!, special exhibitions, lectures and panel discussions, family and school programs, educator resources, outreach, creative workshops, and more. The Museum’s archives and research library are available to the community and professional scholars alike (limited availability, by appointment only).
Education and Engagement at The Neon Museum not only includes tours, but also includes interpretive programs, drop-in family programs, artist residencies, lectures and panel discussions.
Share your talents with The Neon Museum by becoming a volunteer.
Scholars in Residence
Artists in Residence
The Neon Museum National Artist Residency (AIR) is designed to expand the interpretive potential of the collection while providing artists the opportunity to create new work in an unconventional setting.
Junior Interpreter tours are led by The Neon Museum's middle and high school age volunteers.
360 Virtual Tour
The 360 Virtual Tour allows visitors to move freely around in a virtual scan of our Neon Boneyard and explore sign descriptions, historical images, and content from the museum’s archival collection.