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The National Motorcycle Museums award winning facilities provides a truly unique venue for your conference, seminar, banquet or function. Breathtaking displays of literally hundreds of fully restored British motorcycles are on hand to provide an...more
All reviews british bikes amazing collection motor cycle on display stair lift cafe upstairs british engineering birmingham airport gift shop under one roof great place to visit well worth the visit few hours enthusiasts hikers bsa motorcycling
Having passed my test in 1962 and having many bikes until I retired in 2002 it was great to see many again, the condition of 95% of the collection were concourse, the only problem I saw was that more space was needed to display the...More
If you are into motorbikes the NMM is a must .An extrodinary selection (800) of motorbikes through the ages .12 Brough Superiors lined up one riden by TE Lawrence, for example .A teriffic selection of racing bikes.Lovely friendly staff who create a family atmosphere. I...More
Really lovely museum just off the motorway and free parking.
For the price you get to visit many halls filled with bikes. Friendly and helpful staff and relatively cheap ticket price.
Very warm and welcoming feeling and lots of info. -very happy Mr!
Went here thinking I’d be seeing a progression of Triumphs, BSA’s, Norton’s and 3 or 4 others. I was blown out of my socks by the number of manufacturers of early motorcycles, cab/sidecar types, military and other bikes all brought back such beautiful condition. Layout...More
Decided to visit here for a spur of the moment day out. Managed to get entrance at 2 for £9 on groupon which was good otherwise is around £9 each.
Staff were super friendly and helpful, nice restaurant at decent prices and nice little gift...More
Went to the The Nation Live event on Saturday 27th October. Nice getting to meet John McGuiness and my books signed. Good stage banter from JMcG, Mick Grant and Trevor Nation. Got to look around at all the old bikes would definately go again right...More