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This is a fabulous place to spend time. A wonderful nostalgic walk around. You would have to go several times and still you will see something you missed the last time. Excellent place and would highly recommend!
This is a absolutely must see if you have any interest in motorcycle history. Mostly American,British and all older bikes. Very interesting. Most all the bikes will start and run. You can spend a day easily! Staff were great!
Americana at its finest. Felt like someone finally found a good use for all the "stuff" in my grandpa's garage. Cool tidbits of American industrial history. More Harleys than you can imagine. Favorite section was military corner and wall of women on motorcycles.
I could not believe the history that rolls like thunder through that place. The employees were wonderful and knowledgeable about the content. A MUST SEE if you are in the area. To truly enjoy it ,set aside a minimum of two hours. The first toboggan...More
We took a big detour to visit this great attraction. If you have an interest in bikes, then you can't miss it! Coming from the UK we don't have this calibre of amazing old vehicles and it was so interesting. Well worth a visit!
Anyone who rides, or has ever ridden, a motorcycle must make the pilgrimage to Maggie Valley, NC to experience this enchanting and extensive collection of motorcycle history. Displays range from meticulous recreations to honest-to-goodness unrestored bikes in their original surroundings. Wheels Through Time is not...More
I went with my husband, the motorcycle fan of America,, to this place. Other museums have been just "ho-hum" to me, but this one was actually very educational, interesting, and I loved it. It has such cool memorabilia in addition to the bikes. The man...More
From bicycles to classic cars to Traub, Indian and Harleys, what a great place to see nostalgia and lots and lots of history. Andy was great when talking about a particular car or motorcycle. So knowledgable and a great speaker. He definitely holds your attention.
Others have answered this correctly but go to their website. If your into motorcycles particularly old ones allow a minimum of an hour. Some of the hosts stories are very interesting in and of themselves.