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The National Motorcycle Museums award winning facilities provides a truly unique venue for your conference, seminar, banquet or function. Breathtaking displays of literally hundreds of fully restored British motorcycles are on hand to provide an...more
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I have visited the museum on several occasions over the years and have always been blown away by the sheer quality of the exhibits. I really believe in what they are doing so I recently became a Friend of the museum. I can thoroughly recommend...More
An excellent experience, with hundreds of Britsh motorcycles restored to a superb condition.
For anyone interested in classic/older motorcycles this place is a must visit location, you will not be disappointed. There are 100's of motorcycles, the facilities of the musrum are excellent and there...More
Having spent the best part of a day online viewing various sites, I had hit a brick wall in trying to identify the motorbike in a photo. It was one of a late relative whom I knew owned three bikes in his teens and early...More
To state the obvious, you need to have some interest in old British motorcycles or transport history if you're going to enjoy your visit to the National Motorcycle Museum.
It's certainly one of the very best collections anywhere. There are always some unusual homemade specials...More
We attended our first 'NMM Friends' event on the 2nd February. The Workshop Day was very well attended and we enjoyed the whole experience. Excellent location and helpful staff made for a pleasant day out. Classic Bike magazines, Rick Parkington gave the presentation which was...More