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Route 66 Vintage Iron, Miami

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  • We were in the area for a family reunion and thought it would be fun and interesting to stop at this small museum. We are not into 'bikes' but found this to be a great place. The displays were well do...  more »
  • On our route 66 adventure we stopped in to the Vintage Iron museum. It had less than expected and not such a big range. It's main feature is the amount of information about Evil Knievel, his exploits ...  more »
  • Road tripped here from Tulsa. Trip advisor says they close at 6 and there website says they close at 5. We got here at 4:20 and it was closed. :( My husband Facebook messaged the business asking why t...  more »
  • A must see for motorcycle fans!! Museum is amazing and always updating. All varieties of accessories from helmets, chaps, vests, saddle bag, to footwear and other clothing. Lots of antique originals, nice variety of souvenirs, including Route 66 unique must haves. Friendly, knowledgeable staff, great atmosphere. Don't miss out! Take a peek today!
  • Worth the stop for the Evel Knievel exhibit alone. Some cool vintage motorcycles in vintage museum condition. Sure it is a museum, but getting any once-running vehicle perfectly shinny clean deserves honorable mention. It's obvious why flags from around Norway, down under, and beyond adorn this place. Staff is hands-off but receptive and knowledgeable. Don't expect them to offer information. When approached, through, staff is helpful. It would be a shame to miss this and the Coleman Theater on a Route 66 trek. Recommend.
  • A great place to visit. Awesome bikes and lots of history.
  • Groovy
  • Very interesting.