Wheels Through Time, a museum with hundreds of rare and vintage motorcycles and memorabilia in the heart of Maggie Valley, North Carolina, is celebrating its 21st anniversary from June 29 to July 3, including a special weekend that will feature firing up some of the pieces in the museum and an in-depth tour by museum curator Matt Walksler.

It’ll be a great time to visit the museum and enjoy this impressive collection of motorcycle history. For more information, read the press release below.

Wheels Through Time Museum

Dale’s Wheels Through Time, home to America’s premier collection of rare and vintage American motorcycles, will hold its 21st-anniversary celebration from June 29 to July 3. Located in the heart of Maggie Valley, North Carolina, Wheels Through Time promises a museum experience like no other. First opened on July 2, 2002, the museum features countless pieces of rare moto-memorabilia and over 375 of America’s rarest motorcycles, all in running condition.

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To celebrate 21 years, the museum will host a weekend full of history, excitement, and thrills. The celebration will roar inside the museum as staff will fire up vintage pieces of American iron. These rare and unusual machines will be running all week long, with museum curator Matt Walksler hosting a live-streamed, in-depth tour of Wheels Through Time at noon on July 1, starting up the rarest bikes the museum has to offer throughout the special tour.

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During the week, American Motordrome Company will join the museum in its celebration with hourly thrill shows for museum guests on The Wall of Death. Throughout this special anniversary weekend, the museum will also be running a variety of motorcycles, many of which haven’t been started in several years. 

You are invited to experience history firsthand and join the celebration. All week long, the staff will be showing off and firing up the latest additions to the museum’s collection. This is a week full of history and horsepower you don’t want to miss.

Museum hours are Thursday through Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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