USA/Midwest: Milwaukee, WI
The Harley-Davidson Museum isn’t your typical museum. Much more than a nostalgia trip for motorcycle enthusiasts, the Museum offers a unique glimpse of American history, industry and culture. Interior spaces nod to Harley-Davidson’s industrial heritage and its design legacy, right down to the doodles in every room by Motor Company Chief Stylist Willie G. Davidson. Greenly lush outdoor spaces bounded by downtown Milwaukee and the Menomonee Valley seamlessly extend the Museum experience beyond its walls. And the complex and its surrounding waterfront campus provide a perfect backdrop for gatherings and special events. Whether it’s hosting groups of 20 for team-building and incentive awards or corporate events involving up to 750 people at a sit-down dinner, attendees will enjoy more than 450 motorcycles and artifacts dating back to Serial Number One, the oldest known Harley-Davidson motorcycle; stories of extraordinary products, people, history and Harley-Davidson culture; tours of never-before-seen archives; and other unforgettable sights and artifacts.