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Clean, Friendly, Filled with wonderful examples of Motorcycles of all types and years. The cut away of some of the motors gives the visitor the ability to see the different suspension, motor or lighting differences.
A very well time spent visit that allows one to see past present and future of the motor cycle fad in this country - exhibits are clean well spaced and easy to navigate / descriptions and nomenclature of the different exhibits are well placed and...More
We were looking for an interesting spot to spend a couple of hours before an afternoon appointment. This small museum was wonderful! You will find this interesting even if you don't ride -- but especially if you do. Very clean and well laid out. So...More
Planned a day around going to the museum but unfortunately the area got 2.5 inches of snow overnight. When I arrived at 10 am the gates where open and it was plowed. Unfortunately they were closed due to “inclement” weather. Disappointed to say the...More
The focus of this museum is primarily historical AMA racers and personalities. The hardware (bikes) are prominently featured usually in connection with featured historical racers. The bikes are of historical significance as the very bikes used by the feature rider in a notable season of...More
I may be a bit bias as I'm a life member of the AMA, and I say that proudly as I believe they are doing a great job protecting my right to ride. That being said the museum is a great destination for anyone remotely...More
Took my husband here on a random trip to Columbus. He LOVED it! I'd say it's split half and half between on road and off road bikes. Really takes you through the history. Highly Recommend if you are in the area. Maybe not to make...More
This is 5 minutes off of I-70 near Columbus, OH. We stayed for about an hour. It was nice. I am not a total motorcycle enthusiast. We simply ride a Harley Davidson. I still found some things interesting.
I don't know the answer to your question, but my guess would be to ask the Harley-Davidson museum.
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Motorcycle Museum (5 Replies)
Has anyone been to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum? I am looking to take my husband there this weekend. What about hotels close by.
March 25, 2009|
Response fromWendi B|
I have never been but I would stay in Pickerington off 70...there is a Country Inn and something else (sorry can not think of the name)as soon as you get off the exit. One is behind the Crackle Barrel and the pther is across the street. If you like Mexican food, check out La Fogata.....yummy! I would not recommend staying at any of the hotels at the Reynoldsburg and Brice Rd exit.