This year we are commemorating 10 years of being open to the public by creating 10 new ways to learn about and explore the magic of signs and their stories. “10 Celebrations for 10 Years” is a year-long schedule of events designed to offer something fun and entertaining for everyone. Next up: “The Signs & Rhymes Continue Reading
Acquisitions update from museum founder Tod Swormstedt. Our newest additions range from the very large to the very small and several “in the middle.” The “very large” is the circa mid-1935 double-faced neon sign for the East End Café, originally located on Eastern Avenue a mile or two from Downtown Cincinnati and along the Ohio River. I’ve Continue Reading
Submitted by Museum founder, Tod Swormstedt Although the majority of our investments have gone to capital expenditures like the roof, we have been able to make a few new acquisitions: two purchases and a third donation, which we found the money to restore. “Texas Wieners” was a great find in its near-pristine condition. The sign is a Continue Reading
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