Bill’s Old Bike Barn
In a wooded grove on the hill behind his parts shop, Bill Morris began to fulfill his life long dream and established Bill’s Old Bike Barn in 1998. Years later we have close to 200 amazing vintage motorcycles in a 55,000 square ft building filled with some of the most extraordinary antiques from all around the world. The museum is in a constant state of evolution as new items and collections are added regularly.
The 1939 German Kattenkrad, 1913 Harley Silent Grey Fellow, 1914 Triumph have taken their place along with vintage European carousel horses and pristine Moto Guzzi’s and the incomparable 1909 Peugeot.
Bill collects the 1939 New York Worlds Fair memorabilia which is housed along Main St in Billville our little village constructed inside the building, complete with mock mansion, smoke shop, music store and our 1939 New York Worlds Fair Bar. From military displays, vintage riding clothing, thousands upon thousands of posters and memorabilia, from John Wayne to John Deere and everything in between. There is something for any enthusiast at Bill’s Old Bike Barn.
Bill’s Old Bike Barn Admission:
ADULT $10 (cash)
CHILDREN 5 and under are free
Plan: 1-2 hr
Bill’s Old Bike Barn Hours:
Thursday & Friday from 10 AM – 6 PM
Saturday from 9:30 AM – 3 PM
Sunday from 1 PM – 5 PM
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