Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame
Sturgis, South Dakota
The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame is a non-profit that was founded in 2001 by a group of local citizens with the mission of preserving motorcycles and the memory of those who have made a significant impact on the motorcycle industry, while paying tribute to the legacy of the Sturgis Rally.
The museum is located in a post office that was built in 1937, just one year before the Sturgis Rally got started. The museum staff is constantly striving to further the collection by continuously adding new motorcycles, art and memorabilia to ensure there is always something new for customers to enjoy at each visit.
Loaded with original artwork and handcrafted memorabilia, Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame offers something for everyone, from the motorcycle novice to the expert rider. The newly remodeled Hall of Fame features an interactive touch-screen display where visitors are able to learn a little bit about each one of the inductees.
Upstairs, guests can kick back and enjoy a movie in the new visitors lounge or check out the
Chopper Row exhibit, featuring choppers from some of the best bike builders in the nation. This exhibit has vintage bikes and late models on display.
All of these updates and additions would not be possible without generous donors, visitors and community supporters. With support like this and further fundraising efforts, Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame hopes to continue expansion while preserving the history of motorcycling.
The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum is open seven days a week, all year round. The museum offers easy parking, group rates, military, senior and student discounts as well as ADA restrooms. For more information about Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, visit them online at sturgismuseum.com or in person at 999 Main Street, Sturgis, South Dakota.