Beautiful Signs for a Better Planet

Signs by Industry – Museum Signs


Museum signs are used to identify and direct to rooms, spaces and other building areas. They can also be used to provide regulatory information such as “Do Not Touch” or “No Food or Drink”. Additionally, signage is a critical component of museum and cultural exhibits that deliver educational information.

Our nationwide portfolio continues to grow and diversify with each new and returning client we partner with. If you’re looking for unique, sustainable signs that are different from the standard variety, we can make what you need.

Green Dot Sign works directly with museum facilities managers and designers contributing to museum and cultural center renovation and new construction projects. Most of our signs are custom-built at our Saint Paul, Minnesota manufacturing facility. And if we can’t build it ourselves, our project managers will work with our trusted network of sign manufacturers to meet your needs.



Green Dot Sign works directly with museum and cultural center operations or facilities managers and designers contributing to renovation and new construction projects.

  • Customization – The design possibilities are endless. Almost all our signs are custom made to enhance the look, feel and branding of our clients’ spaces.


  • Mixed Materials & Sign Accents – The design possibilities are endless. Museum clients are often meticulous when considering higher end signage options that include signs made from mix of woods or with accents of metal or stone.


  • Environmental Graphics – In addition to standard signs, we make one of a kind signage that serves as décor.  Whether you want a piece with artwork, quotations or a geometric pattern, we can help make your museum or cultural center truly memorable.



  • Sustainability – Most ADA church signs are made of fossil-fuel derived plastics that pollute from start to finish.  We specialize in high-quality sustainable signage that is beautiful and durable. We use natural materials and non-toxic inks, and work with the leading third party certification organization to verify that our signs are better for our planet.


When you’re ready to design your custom museum signs or cultural center signs, go to our Interior Sign Design Guide.  It covers everything you need to know from selecting wood species to designing flat and raised content and sign size, shape and edge.

Custom Interior Wood ADA Signs