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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
All reviews british bikes amazing collection motor cycle on display stair lift british engineering cafe upstairs birmingham airport gift shop under one roof great place to visit few hours well worth the visit on arrival hikers enthusiasts triumph
I bought a voucher for this for my husband's birthday who loves motorbikes and owns a few and we were both looking forward to the visit.
The museum is very stuck in the 80s and is by far the worst museum we have visited. There...More
A huge collection of British Motorbikes all in A1 condition many you’ve familiar with some your not. It would take you all day to read every description sheet. Most are displayed in alphabetical order hall one in chronological order.
The only criticism is the sign...More
This has a very extensive collection of british bikes from the beginning of the last century, all immaculately turned out. There a several b/w photos around the museum too. If you’re into your old british bikes you will love it. However, I found that there...More
I'm not a particularly blokey bloke, I don't like cars, I don't know much about engines and grease, but I know that there's some extremely beautiful bikes in here that are very nice to go in and have a nose around. Even if you don't...More
This is a wonderful extensive collection of Motorcycles of all ages and marques, well laid out over many rooms. A must visit for all those interested in bikes and also for partners like me who don`t know much about bikes, I found it all very...More
At £10 not bad value. Huge free car park. Nice shop and coffee facilities. Star exhibit appears to be Steve McQueen replica bike from the Great Escape. Was a lack of staff on and had to wave at lady in shop to grant access to...More
The exhibition was rebuilt after a disasterous fire, and many of the damaged exhibits have been restored. It has a fascinating collection - interesting & stimulates the memory
We go there most frequently for the Glass fairs. As we collect Davidson moulded glass, it is...More