People tend to check in during these times:
Biker's night every Thursday!
I confess that this place surprised me positively! This museum is just amazing, even for those who aren't motorcycle fans. Amazing!
A great day out. Listen to the different engine sounds, follow the evolution of the bikes & ogle the outlandish fan modded customs. Makes you understand the loyalty to the Great American Motorcycle.
Fun activity even for people who don't drive a motorcycle. A lot of history, and very well set up. Good food at the restaurant there too, a lot of Wisconsin traditional foods and more.
Really cool museum, lots of fun and tons of great motorcycles.
Excellent museum but expensive😔
Can't miss it if you're a biker!
A little pricey but it is worth it. Great information and items to view. Goes through the history and impact of Harley on the US.
Seniors get in for $12. Good deal.
If you're lucky enough you'll get to see Willie G while having a beer in the Motor Bar & Restaurant.
Come on down here for some history of Harley-Davidson.
Get a guided tour. The history and culture of Harley-Davidson is so interesting to learn about.
Take a picture on a Harley and share on Facebook or email it to yourself. Pretty cool stuff.
I need to come back I could spend hours here
bring your student id, even if you arent a student anymore and save some $$
Even if you aren't a fan of motorcycles, the history of the company alone is brought to life at this state of the art museum. I'm no motorcycle enthusiast, but I was impressed and learned a lot!
Regular price is 16$
You feel like you are going back in time with all the classic antique bikes.
Wait for the guided tour. So much to learn
This is a nice place 2 go 2 & see some motercycles.
If you're looking to rent a great space for a work or social event, call the museum!
A nice museum the highlights are the bike designer area and getting to sit on some Harley's at the end of the tour.
The men's bathroom has a great baby changing table.
Say hi to Amy - tweet @hdmuseum!
Get there early enough to really see all the bikes. There is a Starbuck in the Cafe Racer - so you can recharge and get it all in.
Three MUST SEES: the “Serial Number One,” the 45-degree board track where racers sped up to 100mph with no brakes and the 13-foot-long “King Kong”!
Just couldn't make this list without adding ourselves!
Don't miss the new content on African American riders and clubs, opening Feb 10.
A great self-guided tour: Harley Davidson (a motorized bike!) the rows of gleaming motorcycle engines, and every famous chopper from Evel Knievel to Elvis Presley.
Great place to know all about Harkey- Davidson and fantastic people working there. Children place and perfect restaurant with delicius hamburguer too.
Everyone must go here. Motorbike enthusiast or not, the Harley-Davidson story is a fantastic on any front.
A destination for any Harley Davidson fan. Great exhibits.
Don't let to get the audio guide! It's fantastic :)
There is a smushed penny machine for those that collect them.
go to bike night on Thursday nights!
enjoy the pie in a skillet!
‘World News’ Made in America: Take the Harley-Davidson tour & learn why the company is so important to Milwaukee that when they almost left in 2010, the union took a 7-yr pay freeze to keep them here.
Short walk from Marquette campus to the museum. Bring your student ID to get you in for $12.
Don't miss the 13 foot long custom Harley on the lower level and make sure to eat at the cafe. Recommend pulled pork.
Make sure to get the $12 student admission ticket price by showing your MUID.
Skip the audio tour.
The design lab and motorcycles at the end are most fun
Yummy flatbread, a walk along the river looking at biker sculpture, neat history inside the museum
Parada obrigatória para os amantes da marca ou ao menos simpatizantes como eu. Lugar incrivel!
Gran lugar para los amantes de las motocicletas, bastante historia de este icono americano y si posees una Harley, vas a apreciarla mucho mas!