The development of the 110th logo followed the pattern established in previous anniversary designs. Willie G. Davidson got things started with a set of initial sketches which were later refined. Learn all about Willie G.'s contribution to Harley-Davidson at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Plan your ride to Motorcycle Mecca at .
Kick off the Milwaukee Day holiday weekend with a Brewtown-themed Bike Night at MOTOR Bar & Restaurant. After you spend some time learning about Milwaukee’s most iconic export (the Museum is open until 8 p.m.), mosey over to MOTOR for live music from the Mark Croft Duo. Of course, it wouldn’t be Bike Night without stellar food & drink specials, such as $3 beers with your Bike Night koozie.... View details ⇨
No matter where you call home - you're always welcome at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. H.O.G. members receive FREE H-D Museum admission each and every day. Plan your ride today at .
Honor your Harley-Davidson journey with a Living the Legend Rivet. It’s your own personal message. Engraved in steel. And proudly displayed at the Harley-Davidson Museum to inspire generations of future riders.
In the process of planning your big day? In 2018, The Garage at the Harley-Davidson Museum will be available for booking. This space is only available during the summer every 5 years! Talk about exclusive - call today to schedule a showing - (414) 287-2730.
Perry Mack was possibly the first man ever to win a race on a Harley-Davidson. This photo was taken on June 2, 1905. Get the full story of Harley-Davidson's role in early motorcycle racing at the Harley-Davidson Museum. Plan you visit at .
From its blacked-out styling to its performance (Harley-Davidson touted it as its fastest street production motorcycle that they’d ever built), the 1977 XLCR Café Racer was a radical departure from other Harley-Davidson production models of the time. Throw a leg over a XLCR Cafe Racer in the Harley-Davidson Museum Experience Gallery.
H.O.G. members receive free admission every day. Plan your... View details ⇨
1982 was the birth year of the Harley-Davidson FXRs. They brought an all-new frame and isolated engine mounts. This Harley-Davidson Museum Archives collection bike is the 1982 FXRS Super Glide II. Let's see your FXRs.
It’s Brewtown’s favorite holiday: Milwaukee Day! And come April 14, the epicenter for all your Milwaukee Day celebrations will be at the world’s only Harley-Davidson Museum®, 6th & Canal, Milwaukee, USA. Here’s your chance to be a tourist in your own town and learn more about Milwaukee’s most iconic export. Beginning at 10 a.m., anyone sporting any piece of clothing with the word MILWAUKEE... View details ⇨
Think you know your Harley-Davidson history? Take a Behind-the-Scenes tour at the Harley-Davidson Museum and learn a thing or two to take your H-D knowledge to the next level. Call (414) 287-2789 to book your spot.