Full disclosure: we have a real love of neon signs. The legitimately good ones, the demented half-illegible ones, the old ones, the new ones – we’re not entirely sure what it is about neon, but we know it’s good. This is why we’re very excited about the Neon Muzeum in Poland. Located in the capital, Warsaw, this is a museum dedicated to preserving and documenting and exploring Poland’s Cold War era neon signs. Pretty niche, huh? The museum spent years in a temporary space by has now found its home in Soho Factory where it opened to the public in May this year. The display is incredible – visually and historically. We think you should go. (And make a donation.) Neon Muzeum is at Building 55, Soho Factory, UL Minska 25, Warsaw.