Bloomsburg, PA

This Pennsylvania Museum Boasts a Huge Collection of Vintage Motorcycles

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If you've lived in Pennsylvania most of your life, discovering a hidden gem can feel like winning the lottery. We bet that's how you'll feel when you take a step inside this one-of-a-kind museum. Home to more than 200 vintage bikes and various other relics of the past, there is so much to see here. Keep reading to learn more.

Located in the centrally located town of Bloomsburg, be sure to carve out a few hours of time if you're ever in this area to visit Bill's Old Bike Barn. The museum is hiding behind Bill's Custom Cycles and is often mistaken for a storage shed. However, once you walk through this front door, you'll be greeted by a large dose of nostalgia.

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Owned by Bill Morris, this 55,000-square-foot space is a fascinating collection of epic proportions. You'll spot vintage Harley-Davidsons from 1917 and sidecars from the '30s. The walls here are lined with countless memorabilia like old advertisements and license plates plus glass shelves lined with preserved artifacts.

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While motorcycles are definitely the stars of this museum, you'll also find various other strange and very interesting collections of old-school fire trucks, military memorabilia, and even a circus collection from the early 20th century.

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Open year-round, Bills offers an intriguing glimpse into America's past and is a must-visit for anyone who loves history.

Bill's Old Bike Barn is located at 7145 Columbia Blvd in Bloomsburg, PA 17815. They are open Thursdays through Sundays from 10 am until 6 pm during the week, 9:30 am until 1 pm on Saturdays, and 1 pm until 5 pm on Sundays.

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