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Visit the largest collection of veteran motorcycles in Northern Europe

There’s plenty of nostalgia and CC to be enjoyed at Northern Europe’s biggest collection of veteran motorcycles. The exhibition starts with the first primitive machines at the close of the 1800’s, and works its way through the 1900’s with its World Wars and the Rock icons of the 60’s up to the breakthrough of the Japanese bikes in the 80’s. We have more than 200 motorcycles in the collection – 11 of which are machines built in Denmark. So come and see an exciting exhibition for children and grown-ups of all ages.

THE RADIO MUSEUM
Our radio section also offers exciting insights into radio development during the 20th century – for example, we have a specimen of the world’s first loudspeaker, the Magnavox.

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There’s plenty of nostalgia and CC to be enjoyed at Northern Europe’s biggest collection of veteran motorcycles. The exhibition starts with the first primitive machines at the close of the 1800’s, and works its way through the 1900’s with its World Wars and the Rock icons of the 60’s up to the breakthrough of the Japanese bikes in the 80’s. We have more than 200 motorcycles in the collection – 11 of which are machines built in Denmark. So come and see an exciting exhibition for children and grown-ups of all ages.

THE RADIO MUSEUM
Our radio section also offers exciting insights into radio development during the 20th century – for example, we have a specimen of the world’s first loudspeaker, the Magnavox.

THE EXHIBITION

1897-1925

The internal combustion engine led to the production …

1926-1939

Consumers demanded cheap machines for everyday use …

1940-1960

Motorcycles were produced in enormous numbers during the 2nd World War …

1961-1976

Motorcycles were ridden by the rock idols and actors of the time …

1977-

Fast Japanese machines and big superbikes …

RADIOS

Gramophones, radios and TV sets from 1900 up to today …

ADMISSION FEES

Adults (over 14 years) DKK 60
Children (0 – 13 years, accompanied by an adult) FREE
Groups (10 persons or more) DKK 45 per person

The Danish Motorcycle Museum