“heroes of the track, road, & trails”
Created in 1982, the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation (AMHF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt foundation created to recognize, record and preserve our motorcycling heritage. Direction of the AMHF is provided by an elected volunteer board. One of the Foundation’s major goals was to create a Hall of Fame to tell the exciting stories of our community and a permanent repository in which to archive the memorabilia and ephemera of our past. On August 16, 1990, the AMHF realized this major goal when it opened the Motorcycle Heritage Museum adjacent to the AMA headquarters in Westerville, Ohio. The facility featured exhibits depicting all aspects of motorcycling history, but alas space was limited and a larger facility was eventually needed for future growth.
Just a quick skip out of Columbus will land you at the coolest motorcycle museum in Ohio, maybe America. If you like anything with a motor this is a must-see in central Ohio. From dirt trackers to road racers, they have exhibits for all sorts of awesome motorcycle racing.
I think my husbands face hurt from smiling he loved it. They have tons to see, definitely worth the stop. $10/adults. So much history here
Thoroughly enjoyed this museum. My Harley riding BF was in heaven. Stopped in on a whim while driving through Columbus. Totally worth it! Took about an hour to view everything. Pretty neat collection of artwork towards the end and a cute little gift shop too.
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