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National Motorcycle Museum

102 Chamber Drive
319-462-3925

The National Motorcycle Museum was founded in 1989 by people who love motorcycling. Builders, racers, and riders, as farback as 1902, built the groundwork for what motorcycling has become. The National Motorcycle Museum's goal is to continue their passion, and ours, through documentation, preservation and education.

As the motorcycle industry changes with technology, we believe it is critical that we continue to invest in vintage bikes, memorabilia, enhanced exhibits, facilities, infrastructure and quality people. Only by investing in these things can we continue to provide our visitors with the best overall history and preservation of the motorcycle industry.



Reviews

Synnova Olson

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Sunday, July 22, 2018
Very overwhelming to so awesome. Could spend all day here. Definitely recommending to family and friends. Such helpful staff as well.

Brian Scott

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Sunday, July 8, 2018
$15 entrance fee with some discounts available. Outstanding collection of items I have never seen! Two thumbs up!

G Elgin

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Bit expensive but if you are a fan of motorcycles than it worth a visit. They have just about every different type of antique motorcycles. Even had cycle-cars to the salt flat bikes. Just keep you head up too as the displays go all the way up to the ceiling.

Zee Demarrais

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Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
Great displays. Have been there several times. Always enjoy it.

Amanda Mager

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Sunday, June 17, 2018
Some cool motorcycles but overcrowded. Not worth the 15 dollar admission. Plus staff was not very nice. Not kid friendly!

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