Over 100 years of motorcycle history are on display at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. Sprawling 20 acres in an urban environment, there are nearly 500 bikes on display and thousands of artifacts. This museum is one of the cities most popular attractions.
The museum opened in 2008 and has grown to receive nearly 300,000 visitors each year. The interactive displays and hands on exhibits allows guests to immerse themselves in the world of Harley-Davidson.
Trophies, engines and painted gas tanks lines the walls of the museum. Also on display are hundreds of one-of-a-kind bikes that cannot be found anywhere else in the world!
The museum is located at 400 West Canal Street in downtown Milwaukee. The Harley-Davidson Museum charges hours and admission for visitors. To learn more visit the official website here.
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