Harley-Davidson Museum celebrates brand history in summer exhibit

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:51 am

The Harley Davidson Museum has will open its Collection X: Weird, Wild Wonders of the Harley Davidson Museum on Saturday, June 11. The exhibit will feature hundreds of artifacts including never-before-seen prototype bikes that were created as concepts but never manufactured or sold.
“Harley-Davidson’s rich heritage is filled with many unique and little-known business endeavors,” said Bill Davidson, vice president of the Museum. “I couldn’t be more excited about the Harley-Davidson Museum hosting this summer’s exhibit and displaying for the first time the items that represent these different ventures.”
The artifacts will be located in the 10,000-square-foot Garage exhibit space at the Museum and will be displayed through August 21.
Harley-Davidson previously made motors for everything from lawn mowers to military drones. Vehicles, old photographs, riding goggles, belts, accessories and other inventions like the brake light helmet will also be on display.
The Harley-Davidson Museum is located at 400 West Canal Street and is open year-round. For more information on the Museum’s galleries, exhibits, special events, tickets, hours, and more, visit www.h-dmuseum.com.


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