The Harley Davidson Museum is in downtown Milwaukee, just south of the river in the middle of town. The complex is made up of 3 buildings with over 100,000 square feet of exhibits. As you arrive you are greeted with a sculpture of a 1920s dirt bike rider going up a hill climb.
One of the first areas you see is the engine room, detailing the evolution of Harley engines, including the classic V Twin.
The main lobby has a spectacular display of bikes over the years.
The Tank Room was a great display of stylishly decorated tanks.
A replica of a velodrome presented numerous early bikes as though they were racing on a high bank wooden track.