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Harley-Davidson Museum

Harley-Davidson Museum Review

The first Harley rumbled onto the road in 1903, riding a path to history and the hearts of millions of motorcycle enthusiasts. See that past rev to life in the exhibits of this fascinating and fun museum, showcasing more than 450 Harleys through the ages, including the Serial Number One, the oldest in existence. The "Custom Culture" gallery looks at some of the most creatively customized bikes of celebrities like Elvis Presley; the "Experience Gallery" gives visitors a chance to sit on a Harley; and "Imagination Station" is all about getting kids going HOG wild. The Motor Bar and Restaurant fuels appetites with all-American meals like burgers, wings and chili.

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  • Address: 400 W. Canal St., Downtown/Walker's Point Milwaukee, 53201
  • Phone: 877/436-8738; 414/287-2789
  • Cost: $16; children 5-17 $10; under 5 free with an adult; seniors 65 and up and military and students $12
  • Hours: Open Mon.-Wed., Fri.-Sun. 9 -6; Thu. 9-8
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  • Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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