Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum
In 2014 the Guinness World Record officially dubbed this the 'world's largest motorcycle collection', with over 1400 motorcycles total representing over 100 years of production and over 200 different manufacturers. It's no wonder the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum sees over 250,000 visitors per year.
This 'unparalleled museum experience' was started by George Barber, a famous racer from the 1960's who held 63 1st place wins with his Porsche. He turned his passion for racing into a passion for collecting and restoring, and before he knew it his first 3 Honda V-Fours turned into a collection of over 1400 different motorcycles and various rare and celebrated cars. As a matter of fact, this museum actually also holds the world's most extensive collection of Lotus cars.
But what else will you see here? You will see cycles from Harley Davidson and Honda to Cagua and DSK. See a 1964 Ferrari F158, a 1912 Indian cycle, and the 1954 AJS E95. Your group can set up a customizable tour or participate in a guided field trip experience, with such courses as Rolling Thru Time (social studies), Wheels of Technology (STEM), Wheels in Motion, Build a Bike, Design a Bike, or Diagnose a Bike.