The National Motorcycle Museum team wants to thank everyone who has given to their Covid-19 appeal raffles over the last year and to advise that, as promised, following the recent announcement of HM Government’s “roadmap” out of restrictions, the funds raised are being used directly for the purpose of reopening the museum to visitors.
At the present time, and if the “roadmap” goes to plan, the intention is to reopen the museum to visitors on Monday 17th May 2021.
INITIAL OPENING FROM MAY 2021.
Restrictions permitting, the museum collection, shop and restaurant will reopen on Monday 17th May 2021. Please visit
HELP THE MUSEUM TO RETURN TO NORMAL 7 DAY OPENING.
Whilst the funds raised so far will allow the museum to reopen in a limited way on 17/05/21, at the time of writing the museum has only raised just over half of their original £500k reopening target.
As from Monday 21st June 2021, they would like to return to normal 7 day a week opening hours.
Therefore they want to remind everyone about their ‘Museum Triumph over Adversity Recovery Appeal Raffle” which will help them achieve that aim.
Details of this important appeal can be seen online by visiting
The prize draw for the “Triumph Over Adversity” appeal raffle will take place on Friday 25th June 2021 at The National Motorcycle Museum.
Like the rest of the UK, the museum is hoping that HM Government’s “roadmap” out of the current pandemic goes to plan, according to the dates set out. However, given the ongoing uncertainty, they will regularly update reopening details on their website and social media channels.