Cheap Day out with the kids - National Motorcycle Museum - Birmingham - Entry for 5 (2A/3C) £12 **Update Now £10.20 using code ** (Works out £2.04pp) @ Groupon
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Cheap Day out with the kids - National Motorcycle Museum - Birmingham - Entry for 5 (2A/3C) £12 **Update Now £10.20 using code ** (Works out £2.04pp) @ Groupon

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Update 16/10 - £10.20 w/code AUTUMN15 for 2A/3C OR £7.56 for 2 Adults

Okay, so spotted this over in Solihull - National Motorcycle Museum entry for 2 at £9 or up to 5 people (2A/3C) for £12 - Here

Works out £2.40pp to get in and it looks pretty cool (coming from a car fan) Nice idea for half term maybe? Reviews speak highly of it and it's something kids and adults can enjoy too.

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The National Motorcycle MuseumThe National Motorcycle Museum celebrates the golden age of British motorcycle engineering and showcases the development of the machines over the last century. The museum features over 850 bikes spread throughout five exhibition halls, ranging from the 1898 Beeston tricycle to 1950s Triumphs, and right up to the modern day. Two adults (usually £8.95 each) or a family of five (£24.95) can roam the varied site and may opt to seek refreshments or mementoes at the cafe and gift shop.

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Lovely, have some heat. I can smell that Castrol R already.

Decent museum but Coventry transport museum not far away and its free. Lots of other free museums here moneysavingexpert.com/dea…ies

If motorcycles are your thing and you find yourself around East lancashire there is a nice display of bikes in Winfields at Rising bridge nr Haslingden. Includes a Foggy bike and an outfit owned by Steve McQueen, Its part of the on site cafe so is free to look around or you can grab a brew whilst you have a look.

If I took my stepson to this he would ask me where to plug the controller in. I however would walk around making vroom vroom screech noises till they asked me to leave

Worth the price of admission just to drool over the Broughs alone

Ilikehotdeals158 m ago

I however would walk around making vroom vroom screech noises till they …I however would walk around making vroom vroom screech noises till they asked me to leave


That's perfectly normal behaviour for here. You'll be asked to leave if you don't 'participate' by either adding vocal effects or spending ages counting the teeth on the rear sprocket of some particularly 'orrible British marque of the 1950's just to exclaim that's a 49, could have sworn that mine had a 48 fitted........

Kids don’t really like motorbikes

code no longer working it seems.

Im not into bikes at all, in any way shape or form. Took granddad as he was back in the day, and I must say this place is fantastic. The staff were brilliant, they sought out gramps old bike from the 50's and let him get his picture taken on it. The amount of bikes from all eras is amazing. Well worth a visit.
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