Opened in 1989, the National Motorcycle Museum now boasts a display of over 200 motorcycles, ranging from rare one of a kind antique motorcycles to custom choppers and vintage models from the United States and abroad.
Jim Kersting is a multi-brand motorcycle dealer, who's been collecting classic bikes since the 1960s. His vast museum was opened in 2003 and currently houses everything from a 1936 Ariel to a 1944 Zundapp.
A small, but highly interesting museum run by volunteeers. The 50-strong collection includes two 100-point bikes, a 1914 Excelsior that has won two national awards and a 1915 Harley-Davidson. There are also other marques, like Indian, Honda et. al.
The Solvang Motorcycle Museum, located in Solvang, California, displays a collection of vintage and rare motorcycles as well as European race bikes.
The collection is quite broad with something for everyone, ranging from a 1910 FN to the present, and across all makes. The emphasis is tilted toward racing motorcycles. At the museum, you will find names such as AJS, BMW, Ducati, Gilera, Matchless, Moto Guzzi, MV, Norton, Triumph, Velocette and Vincent.
"If you love the Dukes of Hazzard you will love a visit to Cooter’s Place. This is Nashville’s one and only Dukes of Hazzard Museum and Shop, operated by none other than ol’Cooter himself, Ben Jones,who played the Duke Boys stalwart sidekick, is your host at this tribute to Hazzard County. This expanded museum features pictures, props, Costumes, and memorabilia from the beloved hit television show. Also displayed are Cooter’s Tow Truck, Daisy’s Jeep, Rosco’s Patrol Car, and of course, a General lee, the 1969 Dodge Charger which has achieved iconic status among fans of the show."
The JWR Automobile Museum Collection exclusively features the collections of Mr. John “Jack” Rich. A Pennsylvania resident, Mr. Rich opened his collection after retirement so people of all ages could experience the wonders of automotive history through his diverse assortment of significant vehicles.
The Wisconsin Automotive Museum is Wisconsin's largest auto museum, featuring an ever-growing display of classic, vintage autos and automotive artifacts, such as “The Kissel”, which was manufactured in Hartford from 1906 to 1931. The most famous Kissel model is the “Speedster” which as affectionately known as the “Gold Bug”, and owned by such stars of the day as Fatty Arbuckle and Amelia Earhardt.
"Doc's Classic Car & Cycle Museum is packed with cool 60's muscle cars & a tasteful blend of various classic cars & motorcycles.
The theme is set as you enter through the original bi-fold doors of a real 1938 Standard gas station that has been reassembled on one whole wall of the museum! The gas station is complete with the same original Standard sign lit up! On display is also an authentic 1928 Milwaukee Pump Works visible gas pump."
For more than 130 years, Luray Caverns has been renowned as one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders. A subterranean wonderland of magic and majesty, still as marvelously beautiful as described in the newspaper headlines over a century ago.