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National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham

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  • wonderful place to visit even if you are not interested in bikes total nostalgia trip with friendly staff  more »
  • What a vast amount of British motorcycle history all in one place! Truly amazing and hard to grasp even when spending a few hours there, great venue and well worth a visit!  more »
  • Does exactly what it says on the tin (or should I say bike). Great day out and very interesting. Take some sneaky sandwiches with you - food is a little overpriced.  more »
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  • A huge amount of classic machines. On the day we visited it was warm, and very stuffy in the museum. The cafe doesn't take cards,cash only , this isn't signed! And quite expensive. The two disabled ♿ toilets were both out of order. Overall an average experience. J
  • It was a nice venue. We went their for a company conference. Clean, tidy, well presented and free parking available as well. I didn't like the hot meal that was provided. It was tasteless.
  • Please visit this museum. It is well worth it. Good restaurant as well. Clean toilets.
  • Great bikes. Poor waiting area. No coffee or hot choc after 4
  • Amazing place for bike enthusiasts but disappointing cafe. £8.00 for sausage and egg sandwich, bacon sandwich and decaff tea only to turn up on stale bread loaded with butter and two piddling pieces of bacon. The bread was curling up it was that stale. Bring a packed lunch. Other than that the array of bikes is astounding from 1800s to Michael Dunlop's 2015 TT winner.