A museum displaying a wide collection of motorcycles dating from 1920-1960. Also old bicycles and die cast toys.
The museum undertakes private restoration work supplying both original and replica spare parts from wheels to forks for all makes of early motorbikes. The museum also has a display of early Dinky and other makes of die cast toys dating from the mid 1940’s.
Norfolk Motorcycle Museum was started over 25 years ago by George Harmer and ever since George and his son Steve have been collecting motorcycles from 1900’s to the 1980’s. With over 150 motorcycle you could say this is the place for the most hard core motorcycle enthusiasts but really this is a place for any one with a like for vintage items. The museum also undertakes private restoration work supplying both original and replica spare parts from wheels to forms for all makes of early motorbikes, for more information please call the museum.
Open 7 days a week 10am to 4.30pm. Closed Sundays October to Easter.
- Accepts Groups
- Coach Parties Accepted
- Public Toilets