Harley-davidson Museum445 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
Celebrating more than 100 years of the iconic Bike brand, the Harley Davidson Museum is simply one of a kind. If you love bikes, or simply are a fan of swanky Harleys, the museum covers everything you want to know about the shiny bikes- from how they are made, designed and loved for.
Even though it is known as a ‘museum’, it is more like a theme park with eateries where you can grab a bite, tour the place, take the scout workshop and shop at their in-house shop which is second to none in the whole world!
Harley-davidson Museum Travel Tips
- For tours, it is best to book tickets at least 24 hours in advance.
- You can also contact on +1-877-HD-MUSEUM
Entrance Ticket Details For Harley-davidson Museum
- General admission price: Adult: $ 20, Senior (age 65+): $ 14, US Military (w/ID): $ 14, Student (w/ID): $ 14, Child (age 5-17): $ 10, Child under 5 years: Free
- Steel Toe Tour prices: USD 46 per person.
- Behind the Scenes tour: USD 20 per person.
- Audio Tour: USD 4 per person.
Harley-davidson Museum Hours
- Steel Toe Tour Timings: Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 1.30 pm (duration approximately 30 minutes).
- Behind the scene tours: The tour is available on Wednesdays and Fridays at 10.30 am and 1.00 pm (subject to change) and the tour is limited to 15 people.
The place has various events throughout the year. Visit the official website for more info.
How to Reach Harley-davidson Museum
- By Bus: At S6 & Canal #7220
- By Train: At Amtrak Station - MKE
- By Taxi
- By Car/Bike
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83.8% of people who visit Milwaukee include Harley-davidson Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
59.3% of people start their Harley-davidson Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Harley-davidson Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Harley-davidson Museum
Harley-Davidson Museum Reviews & Ratings
The museum is a little jewel. One can see it in 45-60 minutes comfortably or spend a couple of hours without feeling overwhelmed. Even when I ride a different kind of motorcycle, the museum made me dream of the magic and panache of experiencing a Harley. Their guest services are superb and their museum, Motor, is fun. Their ribs are good. For me, the HD gatherings on Thursdays are always a blast. The atmosphere is welcoming to all sorts of riders. Check it out!
One of the best Museums I've ever been to yet. They offer free admission for HOG members and for 4 dollars extra for regular admission you can get headphones which totally changes the way you view exhibits because you can listen to information and stories instead of having to sit and read everything. I will definitely return.
The museum was very informative and the behind the scenes tour was the best part. If you are a huge Harley rider it is absolutely worth the stop. The food at the MOTOR restaurant is top notch as well. Went along on trip to support hubby but am now a Harley rider for life. Great place to visit.
Wow! The museum is AMAZING! We paid extra for the "behind the scenes" tour, & it was well worth it. Everyone there was very friendly, helpful & knowledgeable. It was my first visit, going with my wife, her cousin's daughter & her husband from Germany. I went because he is a Harley owner & wanted to see the museum. We are so glad we went for the visit. The exhibits are all very well done & documented, making it easy to follow. We are definitely going back! Don't miss a trip to this attraction!
If you are a fan of motorcycles then this is a place that you need to visit. Getting there and parking is very easy. Getting inside I was greeted by some very nice people who told me where how to get around the museum. I followed what they said and had a good time. The museum was divided up into different times in history. I really liked the wartime area. There was a lot of uses for a motorcycle during war that I was not aware of. Take a trip to see the motorcycles of the past and up to today. It will be worth it.
Is there anyone that could help me with some information on a 1936 Harley Davidson Sidecar Aerothrust Air Sled ? As far as I know it was owned by Harry Molenaar.Answer Report Abuse
I'm hoping someone at the Harley-Davidson Museum could possibly answer this for you. You may contact them on Harley-Davidson Museum contact number 1-8774368738.Report Abuse