National Motorcycle Museum
At the National Motorcycle Museum many of the motorcycles on show posses exciting histories of their own.
Machines like "Slippery Sam" winner of five production TTs on the Isle of Man; the Johnny Allen 214mph streamliner Triumph. The Museum is about more than just famous racing machines. There are literally hundreds of beautiful motorcycles of the kind ridden by millions of ordinary people at some time during their lives. Additional machines join the collection on a regular basis, so there's always something new to see at the National Motorcycle Museum.
Restaurant, snacks and drinks onsite.
Gifts, models, toys, books, magazines etc.
Disabled toilets, baby changing facilities.
Milk warming facilities.
At Bickenhill near Solihull, at junction of the M42 motorway and the A45. Opposite the National Exhibition Centre, the main entrance is off the M42 exit roundabout. Visitors can reach the Museum by train to Birmingham International mainline station or by air, to Birmingham International Airport.
The National Motorcycle Museum is buggy friendly, get a kids pack from reception and let them answer questions on the museum and its exhibits.
Telephone: 01675 443311
Senior Citizens: £6.95
Children (5 to 16 year old): £6.95
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children): £24.95 Opening Times: 2016 Details:
8.30am - 5.30pm
Closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day & Boxing Day.
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