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This is a great little museum. The cost is 6 Euros. Parking is very close by as well as the Neckarsulm train station. The museum consists of 4 upper and one lower floor of displays of mostly motorcycles but also some conventional bikes as well...More
A museum with a very good selection of motorbikes, scooters and bicycles interestingly displayed. The exhibits are in great condition and it is good to see the older machines being looked after so well. The history of the motor cycle is covered well. Really enjoyed...More
Staying with friends in the area, a rainy day, a museum! I'm not really into motorbikes but I had a great hour and a half here, so if you love bikes this is seriously worth a trip off the beaten track. Hundreds of bikes through...More
Well, my father used to work at this factory, so I had to go. A great place to visit, if you have some time. Some of the goods in the giftshop, items decorated with old adverts from the NSU company that made bicycles and motorcycles,...More
Not that they only show German machines by any means, but this museum is delightfully methodically laid out in several galleries, all of which have themes. You can compare shaft-drive arrangements across time and territory, see examples of the "British School" of motorycyles and compare...More
Much better than I thought, the NSU bit is confined to the cellar but there are another 5 exhibition areas! Bicycles get a room of their own as do 'record breakers', the other rooms giving a reasonable fling at tracing motorcycle development from 18 blob...More
In a castle, and with about 5 floors worth of motorcycles and bicycles, the museum has something for just about anyone with any kind of interest in bikes. The museum takes you through the history from bicycles to current motorcycles. The signs are all in...More