Harley-Davidson Museum

Harley-Davidson Serial One

Any fans of Harley-Davidson or motorcycle history in general should have a visit to the Harley-Davidson Museum on their bucket list. Located on 20 acres of land along the Menomonee River, this is the place to dive headfirst into Harley-Davidson’s rich history.

From the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle, known simply as Serial Number One, to WLA models used by the military in World War II to the V-Four powered Nova prototype, the Harley-Davidson Museum chronicles 110 years of the American Motor Company.

For a more in-depth look at the Harley-Davidson Museum, check out a feature we wrote on the museum earlier this year.