Motorcyclepedia Museum is an 85,000 sq. ft. non-profit museum located in Newburgh, NY. Not only do they collect and display bikes, but they also restore and preserve the motorcycles and the history surrounding them. There are over 600 motorcycles on display ranging from 1897 onwards.
Motorcyclepedia Museum Admission:
Seniors 65+: $12.00
Veterans & Military: $12.00
Students 12-18 or with ID: $10.00
Youth 7-11: $5.00
Children 6 & Under: Free
Motorcyclepedia Museum Hours:
Thursday 5pm – 8pm
Friday – Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
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