Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee, WI, USA

Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee, WI, USA

Michael C.
The Harley-Davidson Museum brings our passion alive through exhibits and events that celebrate the people, products, culture, and history which have made Harley-Davidson the icon it is today. The Harley-Davidson Museum opened to the public on July 12, 2008. Located east of the intersection of Sixth and Canal Streets near downtown, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. the 130,000 sq ft, three-building project contains a large collection of motorcycles and other Harley-Davidson memorabilia. Besides motorcycles, the museum includes the company's corporate archives, a restaurant, café, retail shop, and meeting rooms... Designed by Pentagram Architects, the museum sits on a twenty-acre reclaimed industrial site directly across the Menomonee River from downtown Milwaukee and has been conceived as an urban factory ready-made for spontaneous motorcycle rallies. The three-building campus includes space for permanent and temporary exhibitions, the company's archives, a restaurant and café, and a retail shop, as well as a generous amount of event and waterfront recreational space. The museum's indoor and outdoor components were inspired by the spirit of Harley rallies in towns like Sturgis and Laconia, where thousands of riders congregate every year. #Architects #Biber #bikes #cycle #Davidson #Harley #James #Menomonee #Michael #Milwaukee #motor #motorcycle #Museum #Pentagram #River #USA #WI #Wisconsin #ZweckBronne
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