National Motorcycle Museum Admission Ticket - Birmingham

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    Family Admission, 1/1/2022 - 12/31/2022Monday - Sunday : 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM1/1/2023 - 12/31/2023Monday - Sunday : 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM
  • Departure Details :
    National Motorcycle Museum (outskirts of Birmingham)
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

With well over 1000 British motorcycles and 161 manufacturers marks within the collection, and approximately 850 machines on display at any one time, this is the largest collection of British motorcycles in the world.
From the 1898 Beeston Humber Tricycle 400cc up to the modern day 2016 Triumph T120.
All the museums exhibited machines are fully restored to pristine condition to reflect the machine originality as seen at the end of the production line, and exhibited on one level, allowing excellent access for all.

Highlights

  • Excellent value for money
  • Family friendly
  • Tour is wheelchair accessible
  • Private guide for a more personalized experience

Know More about this tour

The National Motorcycle Museum is ideally situated in the once renowned workshop capital of the world, centrally based in the UK, with ideal network links through all major routes, i.e. M42, Birmingham International Railway Station and Birmingham International Airport, all on our doorstep. The Museum has ample free parking with wheelchair accessibility.

Set over five halls this tour will take you back in history, from Veteran and Pioneer motorcyclist to Riders of the Modern Superbike era.

The gift shop offers an extensive range of motorcycle related books, souvenirs & memorabilia to motorbike apparel catering for all the family.

The Museums Archive stocks an ever changing inventory of original motorcycle books, technical literature & sales publications (Bruce Main Smith). Available to purchase in shop and online you will find an alphabetical listing of an extensive archive of over 4000 photocopy sets, including motorcycle Workshop Manuals, Illustrated Parts books, Annual Sales Catalogues and Instruction books.

Inclusions

Admission ticket to National Motorcycle Museum

Entry/Admission - National Motorcycle Museum

Exclusions

DVD (available to purchase)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

Surfaces are wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers

Traveler Reviews

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  • 19-Oct-2022

    Stunning collection of British motorcycles. We visited on a trip to Birmingham, but the main focus of our visit to the city was elsewhere. nevertheless we found the museum interesting and well worth the time. Having said that, you do have to be interested in bikes or mechanical things to find it worthwhile. It's basically a vast collection of motorcycles. Ideally there would be more videos/display boards, but (like all museums) I guess this is simply a question of money or the lack of. The staff we spoke to were helpful and friendly. Free car parking, easy access from the M42

  • 17-Oct-2022

    Great museum with very well set out displays covering the first motorised bicycles up to modern day motorcycles and including prototypes and racing machines. Lots of information, free parking, lovely cafe and friendly staff. Well worth a visit.

  • 12-Oct-2022

    Extremely knowlegable staff, went the extra mile, Superb exhibits,very friendly and approachable. Well recommended

  • 06-Oct-2022

    I have two tickets that have hand written expiry dates, when i contacted the museum and explained that due to covid we could not go within the date stated, they said sorry but they are no longer valid. This is very poor customer service snd disappointing as they were given as a present.

  • 03-Oct-2022

    Excellent museum however reception area is unmanded with poor welcome information foyer doors cloed. The cafe food was dire with poor ambiance .the gift shop was well stocked . The process of buying and entering the museum was strange having to wait at the turnstile until the cashere found time to open presumably busy with paying customers

  • 01-Oct-2022

    We visited this museum with friends who are really into motor bikes. We found it more interesting than expected particularly the bikes that were made locally to Birmingham and Coventry. The coffee shop however was very disappointing. It didn’t take cash, it was very expensive, the coffee was served in paper cups and was very poor quality.

  • 17-Sep-2022

    This place lacks atmosphere, you feel like you're intruding in a private function. It's hushed where it ought to have a buzz of activity and sounds of bikes. Perhaps even some background music? It's as quiet as a library! Come on folks, the bikes are fantastic, beautifully restored and a superb range, the problem is, it's clinical.

  • 12-Sep-2022

    It was Exactly as you can imagine it to be, lots of British bikes going through the years. But, considering most of the people who seemed to be there are getting on a bit, the card only policy is frustrating. Luckily I did have a card on me that day which I don't always. While I Was in the café another customer got caught without a card and it caused a situation when another person had to pay for his purchase. Not taking cash might be convenient, but its discriminatory.

  • 17-Aug-2022

    Incredibly overpriced for what it is. Yes, it has a large collection of bikes, but it's basically a showroom. We spent maybe half an hour having a look around but nothing "stood out".

  • 25-Jul-2022

    Brilliant selection of old n newish motorcycles … Not to everyone’s taste, but it certainly was for me and my wife.

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