The 8,500-square-foot Motorcyclepedia Museum showcases more than 400 two-wheel wonders that span decades. Highlights include military and police motorcycles, choppers, international brands, and rare antiques, while a handful of dedicated galleries offer an in-depth look at Harley-Davidsons and choppers, as well as photographs, posters, and other motorcycle madness.
Since April 2011, travelers have been venturing to this unique upstate New York destination to view one of the most comprehensive collections of motorcycles in America. But visitors who favor four-wheel drive will still find plenty to enjoy in the halls of this two-story museum, where hundreds of bikes are well-labeled with informative signs and detailed descriptions that make a visit to the museum as informative as it is entertaining.
The museum is located at 250 Lake Street in Newburgh, New York. It is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am until 5pm. The cost of admission is $11 for adults and $5 for children between 4 and 12.