National Motorcycle Museum

102 Chamber Drive

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.


Rakshit Rekhi

Friday, Jan. 5, 2018

Being a motorcycle enthusiast this place was nothing less than a dream land. This place as a story to tell and I recommend this place to anyone who loves to learn. There is a lot of great information and a lot of motorcycles to look at.

George Leap

Friday, Dec. 29, 2017

Wide variety of motorcycle history. You can spend all day at this museum and not see everything. Make sure you have plenty of battery life and free memory in your camera. I bet I took over 300 pictures.

Max Rensberger

Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018

There are more than motorcycles to share..anybody can go and just enjoy the will leave with a smile...


Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017

If you like old motorcycles and motorcycle history you could easily spend a full day visiting this place. Display are well done. Easy access to everything.

Jeanne Tomlinson

Sunday, Sep. 24, 2017

This isn't some boring museum! Displays & collections are SO well arranged!! Lots of items from The Pickers- Mike & Frank too! I liked it WAY more than I thought I would!! Super nice & helpful employees! Very cool "don't miss" museum!! :)