If you are a family that just LOVE motorbikes, automobiles and all things petrol, motors and wheels, then you need to make a stop to the Wheels Through Time Museum in North Carolina!
This interesting museum features a fascinating collection of over 250 rare antique American Motorcycles and Automobiles. Yes kids, you can come face to face with some of the most iconic motorbikes and cars ever to have graced this great land of ours!
What's cool about the museum first up, is that even the layout is more than a timeline of machines. It has the feel of an old garage, but with relevant artwork and artifacts scattered throughout. It's literally a cornucopia of American history!
Kids can learn all about the Board Track era of American just after the turn of the century, or see some of the rarest Harley Davison, Indian and Excelsior hill climbers made from 1928 to 1949.
You can see a pre-war Harley 45, and see Cletus, America's first street rod hand built in 1932. There are also a pair of post-war Cadillac's, one of them being Steve McQueen's 1949 one!
There are SO many motorbikes and automobiles at Wheels Through Time Museum that will just amaze, and really show you the depth of history that motoring holds.
Rev those engines kids, because it's time to enjoy a WHEELY great family day out in at Wheels Through Time!