IS YOUR DAD A BRITISH MOTORCYCLE FAN……If so, then why not treat your dad to a day at the National Motorcycle Museum this Sunday to celebrate Father’s Day?
The National Motorcycle Museum houses the largest collection of British motorcycle’s in the world with over 1000 machines from 170 different manufacturers spanning no less than three centuries! Of the 1000 plus machines in the collection there are around 850 on display at any one time throughout the museum’s five huge display halls.
Why not treat him to a coffee or lunch whilst you visit, as the Museum also boasts a superb Restaurant & Café, serving a delicious range of Iley coffee, tea, hot chocolate & soft drinks, as well as a fabulous selection of hot meals, paninis, soups, cold sandwiches & cakes. Our cafe/restaurant is separate to the museum collection and so entry is free of charge.
Famed for our full English breakfasts the restaurant & cafe is open from 8.30am every day with a wide variety of hot and cold meals available at lunchtime. You can relax at the beginning, middle or end of your visit and don’t forget that you can always have a break from the museum by visiting the restaurant then re-enter the collection later.
Alternatively, there is our super exciting “Friends of The National Motorcycle Museum” which is the most exciting and innovative Membership scheme ever undertaken by a Museum or similar organisation.
The unique content of our Museum Friends Scheme will allow people to learn about, ride & enjoy old as well as new, along with the following Member benefits:
- Joining pack & membership card
- Unlimited free entry to the Museum for one year
- 10% Discount in Museum shop & restaurant
- One Free “Bruce Main-Smith” photocopy set per annum (value can be up to £31.00)
- Full colour quarterly newsletter
- The chance to ride amazing machines from the museum collection via our “try a classic” or “tours” days.
Membership pricing starts from as little as £19.95 per year.
There is also the Museum shop to browse around and purchase some amazing motorcycle products, gifts, memorabilia, clothing and much much more…
For more details on location, opening times, how to visit, become a friend of the National Motorcycle Museum, shop etc visit www.thenmm.co.uk