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National Motorcycle Museum Tours and Activities

National Motorcycle Museum
With more than 1,000 machines from 170 manufacturers, the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham has the world’s largest collection of British motorcycles. Visitors can gain insight into British engineering, learn about the vehicle’s history, and see motorcycles from classic models to 21st-century superbikes up close.

The Basics
At the National Motorcycle Museum, exhibits chart the motorcycle’s development from 1898 to the modern day, with a range of classic models by manufacturers such as Triumph, Ariel, and Norton, as well as examples of working bikes and military machines. Highlights include the 1938 Brough Superior Golden Dream and a 1912 Wilkinson Luxury Tourer. Most visitors tour the museum independently, though guided tours are available for a fee by reservation.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • The National Motorcycle Museum is an absolute must-see for motorcycle enthusiasts, as well as those interested in engineering.
  • The museum is fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Don’t forget your camera, as the museum encourages photography.
  • A family-friendly restaurant and a coffee cart are on-site.

How to Get There
The National Motorcycle Museum is located in Solihull, on the outskirts of Birmingham, just off the M42 motorway. Driving is recommended as the site is a short taxi ride away from the nearest public transit options, Birmingham International train station and Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. Free parking is available.

When to Get There
The National Motorcycle Museum is open daily, and its size means it never feels overcrowded. One of the liveliest times to visit is in October, when the museum celebrates the anniversary of its opening with a day of free entry, live music, and celebrity guests. Antique fairs often run on Sundays throughout the year.

The Home of Mechanical Engineering
Still known as a manufacturing city today, Birmingham played a significant role in Britain’s industrial past. It was here that Boulton and Watt came up with the first steam engine that used a separate condenser, an invention central to the technological innovations of the Industrial Revolution. Learn more about the city’s science and industry and see the world’s oldest working engine at Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum, about 20 minutes west of the National Motorcycle Museum.
Address: Coventry Rd., Solihull, Birmingham B92 0EJ, England
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National Motorcycle Museum Admission Ticket

National Motorcycle Museum Admission Ticket

Indulge your inner speed demon with a visit to the National Motorcycle Museum and marvel at the world’s largest collection of British motorcycles. With your flexible entry ticket, you’ll have as much time as you like to browse the 1,000 models on display, including rarities like the 1898 Beeston Humber Tricycle, classics like the Triumph ‘Slippery Sam’ and modern Superbikes.
  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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Should I book National Motorcycle Museum tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since National Motorcycle Museum can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 0 National Motorcycle Museum tickets and tours on Viator.
How much does it cost to visit National Motorcycle Museum 2021?
Currently, an entrance ticket to National Motorcycle Museum costs USD 14.12. Guided National Motorcycle Museum tours start around USD 14.12 per person. See all 0 National Motorcycle Museum tickets and tours on Viator.
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