Fans of Harley Davidson are expected to flock to a new attraction honoring the history of the popular motorcycle brand. A new 20-acre museum in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley opens this weekend.
The facility will have some 450 bikes on display, including the oldest known Harley Davidson. Ryann Grebe, director of communications for the new Harley-Davidson museum, says there are a lot of exhibits besides the motorcycle displays, including photography, video, and Harley apparel.
There might be some travel troubles during the first few weeks of operation because the museum is located in the Marquette Interchange construction zone. Reservations are also being recommended for the first few months, especially on weekends. The museum is sold-out for tours during Harley's 105th anniversary celebration in August.
WIXK's Jeff Petersen contributed this report.