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Bill's Custom Cycles, Bloomsburg

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
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  • It's almost too hard to describe all there is to see at Bill's. Virtually every way you turn your head, you're going to notice something you didn't see a minute before. Just about anything you can ima...  read more »
  • We spent $5 and took two and a half hours wandering though this wonderland. I'm sure we did not see everything. 
  • I took my brother-in-law there who is a farmer and he hust loved all the antique tools, the 50 and 60's items. I love the inside of the old restaurant. My sister's grandkids loved the giant dinosaurs ...  read more »
  • The hours listed above are incorrect. Please read the hours as follows. Bill's Old Bike Barn Hours of Operation: Thursday 10am-6pm Friday 10am-6pm Saturday 9am-3pm Sunday 1pm-5pm Be sure to stop by! You will NOT be disappointed. There is 50,000 sq ft of goodies to look at.
  • Nice atmosphere, a big collection of older things, a lot of old motorcycles, and an amazing atmosphere.
  • A must see if your anywhere in the area. This place has so much to see you will need hours to see it all. They are more then happy to explain about all the displays. Been there once going back as they are always adding to it. For 5 dollars the best museum I've ever been to.
  • I've been buying from Bill since the early 70's. Lately I drive down just to see what's new at the Cycle Barn; there is always something remarkable to see. And every time I see Bill and his family they treat me like I'm one of their own. No reason to buy online when I can get it at Bill's!
  • Awesome collection of old motorcycles and many other things from the early 1900's and late 1800's.
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