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If you like old motorocycles, this is the place to go. Two floors give you up-close access to hundreds of bikes, though most have 'Don't touch' signs. Price of admission was a bit steep, but not outrageous. Just don't expect to be seeing the latest...More
I live in the city where this museum is and never went until a friend came into town who likes motorcycles. So off we go. It was amazing. So many motorcycles in one place and so many different kinds. The history behind it all and...More
The museum has an unbelievable array of vintage Indian, HD, European, racing and custom motorcycles. We spent about two hours but one could spend much more time reading the history. Models on display as far back as the late 1800’s. Histories include military applications even...More
This is a great display for anyone as it shows how we progressed from bicycles to motorized bicycles or motorcycles. Some beautifully crafted machines. Also loved how the displays incorporate popular culture with movie posters and info on bikers including Steve McQueen and Elvis. Truly...More
Place is pretty cool the place is pretty cool they got every bike you could possibly think of and man they have some serious antiques in there it's really cool looking and they give you a history on a lot of first bikes belt to...More
We popped into Boston Harley Davidson and whilst chatting to the guys there one of them recommended this place to visit. It was well worth the drive, extremely interesting and a great museum for anyone with even the slightest liking for bikes.
I didn't think a collection like this existed! FANTASTIC Over 500-motorcyles on display, from concourse restorations to crusty barn finds. I spent 3.5 hours here and still didn't see everything! Tons of motorcycle memorabilia, Walls of Death, historical artifacts. They have one of every Indian...More
My husband and I took two overseas visitors to the Motorcyclepedia Museum. The three love and know much about motorcycles (owners and riders) whereas I am not especially interested. Yet I recommend the museum to anybody. I loved the history. The information and models are...More
This is a great place for to go for a day trip. The museum is very interesting, even if your not a motorcycle enthusiast. There are also several good restaurants close by and of course a beautiful view of the Hudson River.