UPDATE: National Motorcycle Museum Scheduled to Open May 22
The National Motorcycle Museum has rescheduled its reopening once more. With the approval of Governor Kim Reynolds, the Museum is now set to open this week on Friday, May 22, about a week earlier than its previous projected opening of Thursday, May 28.
Stay tuned and check the museum website before planning a visit. This is a scheduled opening but can change.
BEFORE you visit, please closely read the following safety procedures in place at the Museum.
Following CDC standards:
It will be mandatory that visitors and staff wear a facemask at all times inside the Museum. Bring your own or be prepared to purchase one at the door for a $1 donation to the Museum.
Temperatures of staff will be taken at the beginning of each shift.
Hand sanitizer will be available for use.
Only half capacity will be allowed inside the Museum. (Including staff.)
ONLY credit or debit cards will be accepted, NO CASH.
ONLY visitors 16 years of age and older will be admitted.
The Museum will be reminding customers to maintain a safe distance of 6 feet apart.
High traffic areas in the Museum including counter surfaces, door handles, and credit card machines will be cleaned and sanitized for the safety of visitors.
Normal hours will resume.
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. — Seven days a week