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The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is a unique facility, offering motorsport enthusiasts an opportunity to view an extraordinary collection of motorcycles and cars. Guests can stroll through five floors of displays representing the history of motorsports. However, the museum is not just for motorsport enthusiasts. It is a beautifully designed architectural wonder. Guests from all over the world are amazed when they enter the museum by its sheer size and splendor. Visiting the museum is truly an experience that can be enjoyed by all.

The museum presently houses a collection of over 1100 motorcycles spanning over 100 years of production. There are over 700 bikes on display at any given time. Guests can see a variety of unique cycles representing domestic and international manufacturers. Exhibits include common street bikes as well as rare, “one off” factory-built racing motorcycles. Our collection showcases cycles manufactured by familiar companies such as Harley-Davidson, Honda, and Indian as well as bikes made by less familiar manufacturers like Showa, DSK, and Cagiva.

In addition to motorcycles, the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum has on display a collection of rare, unique sport cars. The world’s most extensive collection of Lotus racecars resides here. The Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum’s car collection includes the only 158 Ferrari from 1964. Englishman, John Surtees, drove this car to win the 1964 Grand Prix World Championship.

Adjacent to the museum is a brilliantly landscaped motorsports park. The Barber Motorsports Park is home to a challenging 2.38 mile road course. The track is considered by many to be the best of the best.

Throughout the year, thousands of people visit the Barber Motorsports Park to experience the excitement of a variety of motorsport events. Visit Barber Motorsports Park for a schedule of upcoming events.

Lee Clark
Assistant Manager
Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum
 
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