H.O.G members to get unlimited access to Harley-Davidson Museum
Snapshot: It was founded in July 2008 and remains open for 363 days a year.
The legendary motorcycle maker from the U.S, Harley-Davidson has announced that all Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) members around the world will have now an unlimited admission and VIP access to the Harley-Davidson museum located in Milwaukee, USA. All they need is their H.O.G membership card to get the complimentary admission to the museum any time they visit the museum.
The museum displays Harley-Davidson’s evolution throughout the time. It is spread over 20 acres of land and is a three building complex which accommodates more than 450 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and hundreds of thousands of artefacts. It was founded in July 2008 and remains open for 363 days a year. The museum is located at 400 W Canal St, Milwaukee in the United States.
“The museum not only tells the story of Harley-Davidson, it’s where our history, heritage and passion come to life. The freedom, pride and camaraderie of Harley-Davidson riders are always on display here,” said Bill Davidson, Vice President of the Harley-Davidson museum and great-grandson of company founder William A. Davidson. “I like to think of it as the Harley owners group’s home away from home, and we are excited and honoured to open it up to every H.O.G. member who visits Milwaukee – the birthplace of Harley-Davidson.”
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