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We hadn't planned on a trip to New Bremen, but needed to kill a bit of time while waiting for a repair on a travel trailer. This is the largest private collection of bicycles in the United States. It's amazing. Interactive parts, educational, and just...More
Noticed the exit sign en route to Springfield, OH & decided to visit. I've had bikes on the brain lately, particularly recumbents, and thought this would be intriguing & educational. I was not disappointed! Very much worth the $3.00. I only wish I had given...More
We were recently in Ohio to visit the Airstream trailer factory and chanced upon a reference to the Bicycle Museum of America in nearby New Bremen. We stopped with only a half hour left before the museum closed but it's definitely on our list for...More
I had some time before going home and decided to search for things to do and I passed a highway sign for this place. The town is lovely and historic. Admission was only 3 dollars and the nice older woman at the front desk walked...More
A very unique experience! If you're into bikes, it will definitely be a treat. 3 floors of bicycles of all shapes, sizes and ages. Lots to see. The staff was very friendly and informative. Plenty of parking
Stopped here after lunch at a very nice restaurant nearby and was amazed. Three floors of bicycle history in a special collection of ancient up to modern bicycles. The Schwinn family collect is located here after closure of their museum in Chicago.
Various models, eras,...More