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I'm a great Motorcycle fan, but not really into Hondas but it is an amazing company. David Silver shows the diversity well and the machines are beautiful with many being so so rare.
If you love motorcycle just go. If you don't still go anyway...More
Well it was quite a journey for me to get here coming down from the northeast but a journey I had to make being a big fan of Honda's and David silver, who's supplied many parts to me over the years. It's not the easiest...More
An amazing collection of Honda bikes, obviously well cared for, over two floors. Includes a resource library for the real anoraks! The boys in the group would have loved to sit on a bike? Perhaps a coin operated one to raise more cash!
Found it a bit difficult to find this place, its at the back of an industrial estate!
Once there I found it worth the trek. It was like returning to my teenage life.
There are some very fine examples of the 70s bikes that I...More
Fabulous display of the motorbikes. Information to support each item. Lovely knowable curator. Well worth taking an hour and half of time to visit. Bit tricky to find. Man in Esso garage very helpful!!! A great trip down memory lane for us. Great for enthusiasts,...More
This place is a font of all Honda knowledge, it concentrates mainly on the older stuff 50s &60s but it does have some rare later bikes as well. Its not huge, but it is only Honda. I was a little suprised it didn't have more...More
What a great collection of 150 or more Hondas spanning from the begining to the 1990s. Spent over 2 hours here looking, enjoying and just drinking it all in. If you are into motor bikes you should visit all the bikes have information cards so...More
When told that a visit was arranged for our group I had no idea this place existed. Assumed it must be a small affair for dedicated enthusiasts. Not at all!
Although tucked away on an industrial estate in a small Suffolk Coastal Town it turned...More
This place is a gem and worth a good drive to go and see. The staff are most helpful and there's free quality coffee included in the entrance fee (£10). Google maps actually doesn't take you to the correct place but we got there in...More
Having had a poor experience at Caister Castle I was keen to revisit the Honda museum and it did not disappoint. U16s go free, a great experience with nice staff. I was very tempted by the RD350 for sale........