Step into history with a visit to The National Motorcycle Museum for Two Adults & Two Children. Opening its doors in 1984 to an already remarkable collection of motorcycles, the museum has gone from strength to strength and is now Britain's largest motorcycle museum, home to over 1,000 fully restored machines.
More than just a showcase of marvellous motorcycles, the comprehensive cross-section on display celebrates the heritage of British motorcycle manufacturing, particularly the so-called “60 Glorious Years”. The museum proudly preserves these unique pieces of the past as a reminder of our nation’s industry, engineering prowess and work ethic. The extensive range includes some truly one-off items such as the priceless Brough Superior Golden Dream and others from before World War One.
With so much to see, this is the ideal family day out for motoring enthusiasts and history buffs alike, but anyone with a general interest in either will find it an interesting and entertaining trip. There’s a lot to take in, so why not grab a spot of lunch or a coffee in the restaurant before continuing to explore. Conveniently located close to the NEC, this is a must-see way to dive into the fascinating two-wheeled world of iconic and powerful metal steeds.
-Entry to the National Motorcycle Museum for two adults and two children
-The largest British motorcycle museum
-Over 1,000 expertly restored bikes on show
-Restaurant and coffee shop facilities available
-Conveniently located near the NEC with easy transport links
-Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card
What happens on the day?
Upon arrival to the National Motorcycle Museum, simply exchange your vouchers for entry and you’ll be ready to start. With entry to the museum seven days a week between 08.30 and 16.30 with a closing time of 17.30, there’s plenty of time to explore in detail the wonderful world of motorcycles.
Spend the day learning about these beautifully restored machines, many of which are steeped in history and enjoy this fascinating and enlightening experience. Located just a few minutes’ drive from the NEC, the museum is easily accessible by car or rail. There is a restaurant and coffee shop on site where you can purchase food and drink.