National Motorcycle Museum Solihull - 2 Adults + upto 3 Children for £9 (£1.80pp) / 2 Adults £6.75 @ Groupon w/code (Under 5s Free)
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National Motorcycle Museum Solihull - 2 Adults + upto 3 Children for £9 (£1.80pp) / 2 Adults £6.75 @ Groupon w/code (Under 5s Free)

£9£25.9565%Groupon Deals
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Would make a great family day out - half terms coming up too! Everyone loves motorbikes right?

To get these reduced prices you need to use discount code: LOVE25

£9 for 2 adults and 3 children, working out at £1.92 per person
£6.75 for 2 adults on their own. Works out at £3.60pp

Kids under 5 go free.

Normal Entry Price for (2A + 3 C) is £25.95, and for 2 adults is £17.90 so the prices above are excellent!

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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.


Validity: Expires 90 days after purchase.
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 people or family (2 adults and 3 children). May buy 1 additional as gift.
Booking: No booking required. Present printed voucher on arrival.
Restrictions: Valid Mon-Sun 9.30am-5.30pm. Last entry at 4.30pm. Child classified as 5-16. Under 5s go for free. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.


The National Motorcycle Museum has attracted 4.5/5 stars from TripAdvisor users and a Certificate of Excellence. Reviewers have praised the variety and condition of the machines on display. Guests have also complimented the attentive staff and sheer scale of the collection.

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Footsore51 m ago

Excellent find...thanks OPJust a shame it's up North


It's not it's in the Midlands.
I went about a year ago, is definitely worth a visit if you have any interest in motorcycles, it's not that big of a place (not a lot of walking needed) but has a lot of bikes to look at, the gift shop is also pretty good. Lots of onsite parking and is literally right next door to the NEC so can make a day of it with something at the NEC.
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I went about a year ago, is definitely worth a visit if you have any interest in motorcycles, it's not that big of a place (not a lot of walking needed) but has a lot of bikes to look at, the gift shop is also pretty good. Lots of onsite parking and is literally right next door to the NEC so can make a day of it with something at the NEC.
imnotlikeyou1 m ago

I went about a year ago, is definitely worth a visit if you have any …I went about a year ago, is definitely worth a visit if you have any interest in motorcycles, it's not that big of a place (not a lot of walking needed) but has a lot of bikes to look at, the gift shop is also pretty good. Lots of onsite parking and is literally right next door to the NEC so can make a day of it with something at the NEC.


Aw great, really useful info Good to know it's near the NEC too.
Edited by: "millarcat" 31st Jan
Excellent find...thanks OP

Just a shame it's up North
Footsore51 m ago

Excellent find...thanks OPJust a shame it's up North


It's not it's in the Midlands.
TREAT20 20%
'Everyone loves motorbikes right?'

Sadly not, UK sales keep dropping every year:-

Last year, 104,655 motorcycles were registered in the UK, down significantly on 2016, which saw sales of 127,702 bikes. Whether 2018 will be able to match or better 2017 is looking unlikely now.
In 2013 there were only 92000 sales so its up on 2012 lol

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DonDraper2 h, 51 m ago

'Everyone loves motorbikes right?'Sadly not, UK sales keep dropping every …'Everyone loves motorbikes right?'Sadly not, UK sales keep dropping every year:-Last year, 104,655 motorcycles were registered in the UK, down significantly on 2016, which saw sales of 127,702 bikes. Whether 2018 will be able to match or better 2017 is looking unlikely now.


With a transport secretary awarding shipping contracts to a con artist with no ships, road haulage tests to a few empty lorries, and rewarding failing train franchises with new franchises or bailing out unhappy existing franchises with taxpayers money do u really think he's gonna have an interest or a clue with the future of road transportion in the UK? Erm....... No.
He's gonna award as many contracts as he can to his mates in the private sector so they can reward him when he resigns with directorships.
Bikes reduce congestion, pollution, damage to the roads and produce less damage to the environment during manufacture compared to cars. They all need zero road tax, zero Vat, scrappage, Incentive, and free charging schemes for the new electrics coming out.
All this needs is some vision and common sense.......
Well worth a visit, even if you're not mad keen on m'bikes. Great price.
I thought all "National" museums were supposed to be free?
Heat OP great find.
That's an excellent price. Thank you!
Footsore31st Jan

Excellent find...thanks OPJust a shame it's up North


For some of us it's "down South".
Everyone loves motorbikes right?

They do here....
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millarcat31st Jan

Aw great, really useful info Good to know it's near the NEC too.


Or you can go to Resorts World for shopping/dining/movies or even spa
marty-40131st Jan

I thought all "National" museums were supposed to be free?


museumsassociation.org/abo…ons

"The free admissions policy applies to national museums and collections that are funded directly by the central government of each UK nation. It is free to access the permanent collections in all national museums, though they may still charge for temporary exhibitions. Almost all university museums and a large number of local authority museums also operate a free admissions policy. Most - but not all - independent museums charge an entry fee."

This museum is independent I guess, and choose to charge entry fees.
itchyone7 h, 37 m ago

https://www.museumsassociation.org/about/frequently-asked-questions"The …https://www.museumsassociation.org/about/frequently-asked-questions"The free admissions policy applies to national museums and collections that are funded directly by the central government of each UK nation. It is free to access the permanent collections in all national museums, though they may still charge for temporary exhibitions. Almost all university museums and a large number of local authority museums also operate a free admissions policy. Most - but not all - independent museums charge an entry fee."This museum is independent I guess, and choose to charge entry fees.


That is is somewhat confusing, maybe the world "National" should be dropped from museums which charge? How about UKIndependent Preservation motorcycle museum... There again, maybe not!
£7.20 for me... great find thank you, heat added.
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