Vroom Vroom - rev those engines, it's time to explore the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum - a place for that family day out that is dedicated to those amazing motorcycles and vintage vehicles of the past.
Did you know that the museum has over 1300 modern motorcycles, as well as a ton of incredible vintage race cars and motorcycles. If you LOVE all things engines, and cars, and motors, then this is for you!
This collection is the largest of it's kind in the entire world, AND it also has an amazing collection of Lotus cars. Don't know what they are? Then head on down to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum to find out!
The museum have on display at any given time about 600 of the 1200 motorcycles, which means they keep rotating them. Which means...that's right - that there will always be something NEW to see whenever you go back!
Did you know that bikes were around as far back as 1902? That's over 100 years! The museum have some of these very old bikes in their collection - right up to street bikes of today. Kids - how do you think they have all changed over the years?
They're not just USA bikes either. They have come from ALL over the world - from Australia, New Zealand, and even Sweden! So it gives kids a chance to really see how they have not only changed across the years, but how the different models change.
Start those engines, because it’s time to get all motorcycled out at this fascinating museum great for that family day out!
The park is located east of downtown Birmingham off the I-20, using exit 140.Get directions
$11 (Ages 4-12)
3 and under
The museum do great work for charity, including the Paediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and Birmingham Rides for Kids.
We don't have any food available, but your ticket is good all day so you can leave to have lunch nearby and then return.
Keep checking back as to what events they have - some are great fundraising events to support the museum!
We do have a Museum Store that is open during Museum Hours with lots of great things you will want to take home, from shirts, hats, pins and posters!
If you want to bring a school group to the museum, just give them a call to check availability and group rates.
If you do have mobility restrictions, just give them museum a call before you go to see what access they have.
If you love experiencing the museum then check out the membership options!