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Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee is the only Harley-Davidson museum in the world that offers you the experience to see more than 450 motorcycles and hundreds of thousands of artifacts from the Harley-Davidson Motor Company's 110-year history. It covers an area of 12.000-square-meter with three building complex along the Menomonee River bank.
Experience The Charm Of The Most Famous Motor Company In The World
Go ahead and swing your leg over one of the many motorcycles that inhabit the gallery. In this part of the museum, the bikes are here for you to sit on, touch, and admire. To make it even more fun, a video that allows you to experience the great roads of America will be played while you're sitting on these bikes. Make sure you bring your camera to take some cool pictures of you on these legendary bikes. The entrance tickets include access to this area.
Other thing to do at Harley-Davidson Museum is to visit the Engine Room. Located on the second floor of the museum, the Engine Room displays a Knucklehead engine that has been disassembled into several pieces. To make it more interesting, you can play with the several interactive touch screen elements in the room that shows how Harley motors work. No additional tickets needed to access this room.
On the Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary Open Road Tour, the museum opened a Gas Tank Gallery. It displays Harley-Davidson most memorable tank graphics, spanning 70 years, selected by the company's styling department and reproduced on 'Fat Bob' tanks.
While you're in Harley-Davidson Museum, why don't you pay a visit at its shop? The Shop offers some unique clothing and accessories inspired by history and available exclusively at Harley-Davidson Museum. From leather jacket and posters to merchandise evoking the Museum exhibits, The Shop offers unique merchandise not available anywhere else. You don't need to buy extra tickets to enter this shop
How to Get Tickets?
The admission tickets to Harley-Davidson Museum can be purchased online on their website, it is $20 per ticket for adults. It is the easiest and most convenient way to get your tickets, as the museum will send your purchased tickets immediately via e-mail after your purchase. You may purchase tickets in the lobby for same day visits. On Tuesdays, October-April, the museum admission tickets are only $10 per ticket for adults. If you come with a big number of people, you can purchase the group tickets and get discounts for it.
How To Get Around?
Harley-Davidson Museum covers an area of 12.000-square-meters with a few buildings, a shop, a restaurant, and some other interesting things to do at Harley-Davidson Museum. There is a free parking for cars and motorcycles if you come with one. You can only stroll around this area and the buildings to see everything it has to over. The museum is very well-maintained and convenient to walk for visitors.
What Should I Wear?
If you want to blend in like most visitors at Harley-Davidson Museum, wear a pair of jeans, boots or sneakers, and a t-shirt with/without jacket. However, anything casual and comfortable is also fine since the museum has no dress code to enjoy the things to do at Harley-Davidson Museum.
Best Time to Visit
If you're a motorbike enthusiast and want to see the most of Harley-Davidson Museum, somewhere between May to September is the best time to visit this museum. During this time, there are a lot of special events and special exhibits, plus if you go on Tuesdays you only have to pay $10 for the tickets during these months instead of the full price at $20. Go in the morning when the museum is open to avoid the crowd.
Will I Need a Guide?
To make the most of your visit, we recommend you to take one or more of the tour packages offered by Harley-Davidson Museum. The simplest tour you can get is the audio tour that will explain the story and history of every important thing you need to know about the museum. If you want a more exclusive one, get the Behind-The-Scenes Tour that offers in-depth explanations, exhibits, and a glimpse into the private areas of Harley-Davidson Museum. Al the tour packages are required extra charge and not included in your admission tickets.
How To Get There?
Harley-Davidson Museum is accessible by public transport. The easiest way to reach it is by bus. Its location in Milwaukee makes it easy for you to reach it since the city offers a convenient, easy, and fast public transport throughout the city. The bus line is easy to read and you will find your way from your nearest bust stop to the museum without any difficulties.