Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum

Admission to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum is $10/adult, $8/senior, $3/student (ages 12-17), and free to kids under 12.

AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum:  One can almost hear the resonating sound of revving motors while passing by the more than 200 motorcycles on display at the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, home to an impressive collection of motorcycles and memorabilia.  The Museum tells the exciting stories of motorcycling by creating rotating exhibitions covering a wide range of topics featuring many motorcycles borrowed from the foremost collectors in North America.  There are three main galleries showcasing machines of every description and age – from the board-trackers and streamliners of the sport’s early days, to competition Superbikes and motocrossers of the modern era.  Spindly motorized bicycles from the turn of the century keep company with today’s championship-winning racers.

The Hall of Fame recognizes the great racers, inventors, promoters, designers, enthusiasts and journalists who have made our sport so exciting by placing the people and their machines in the context of their time and place in the history of motorcycling. The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum offers excitement and education for everyone, with unique exhibits showcasing some of the most elegant and remarkable designs and technologies from motorcycling’s past and present.  Come see why motorcycles have long been on the cutting edge of transportation and motorsports.