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Very interesting collection of antique motorcycles and many Great other Collectables. Lots to see and explained very well also. Talk with the owner who seems to have time to talk with many of the visitors there, definitely worth going to.
The museum is awesome and is something to see. They have a great collection of motorcycles and even a few cars. The history here is incredible. The staff is very passionate and knowledgeable about everything there. You will need to allow a couple of hours...More
We planned on going and Mother N provided us with a nice rainy day for an inside museum to see ! It was a Treat for an old rider ! Staff was outgoing and started up bikes at random ! My honey and I really...More
It says it on the t-shirts, & it's true! This is a living, breathing, kick-start into American motorcycle history. No pristine prototypes under plexiglass here; they'll start'm up, & maybe even ride the kids around in a vintage sidecar. Family owned & operated, the guides...More
I was there opening day, and had a blast. So many motorcycles were fired up and the people there are just the best. This has to be the coolest thing seeing a 104 year old motorcycle not only start up, but be driven!
Drove 480 miles one way to find out it was closed for the season. They were opening the next day, they wanted me to change my travel plans to accomidate there schedule. I asked if I could view the muesuem that day, they refused and...More
Others have answered this correctly but go to their website. If your into motorcycles particularly old ones allow a minimum of an hour. Some of the hosts stories are very interesting in and of themselves.