Following the massive success of Museum Live over the past five years, Saturday, October 26 will see the National Motorcycle Museum host its annual open day when all members of the public can enter the museum free of charge.
While there will be car parking charges (at a tenner per car), bike parking is free (of course!), and in addition to entry to the entire museum of more than 1000 bikes being gratis, there are additional attractions laid on for just the one day.
Aside from loads of trade stands, several of which are involved with the museum’s ‘Meet the Experts’ programme such as Central Wheels, there’ll also be autojumble stands, and the museum’s conference facilities will play host to stage shows at 11am and 2pm hosted by Steve Plater and featuring Charlie Williams, John ‘Moon Eyes’ Cooper and Henry Cole, while Henry will also be conducting an on-stage version of his Shed & Buried TV programme with Sam Lovegrove, which is now in association with the TV channel, Quest, and will also incorporate surprise guest appearances revealing the secrets of their own sheds!
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Henry Cole, Charlie Williams and John Cooper will be holding special book signing sessions at the event when they will all be autographing their recently published books.
Read more in the September 2019 issue of OBM – on sale now!