Though I'm not a fan of motorcyles, one can't help be impressed by this 21st century look at the famous Harley-Davidson machine. The building reflects the industrial feel of both its setting and the displayed products inside. Located in the Menomonee Valley, the experience is both historical and artsy. Every model is on display from its earliest roots and there are lots of hands on activites for young and old, including sitting on a real motorcycle and revving up that classic sound. Two other buildings make up the complex, a classy restaurant called "Motor" which has lots of memorabilia scattered throughout and a full-line gift shop for the most enthusiastic fan to the regular souvenir shopper. The second outbuilding is called "The Garage" and has rotating exhibits related to motorcycling, like the one this summer that featured the the iconic black leather jacket. It included both historical ones from WWII as well as Hollywood costumes worn by Swhartznegger et.al. and of course one worn by the pop king, Elvis. The whole experience was informative and lots of fun.
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