The National Motorcycle Museum has announced the return of their seventh annual open day, one of the largest events in the motorcycling event calendar, free of charge to visitors.
After the cancellation of the 2020 event due to COVID-19, this year’s event is due to take place on October 30, 2021 and comes with a whole host of free attractions.
What’s included in the NMM Open Day?
To assist visitors, everyone on site will be handed a free timetable with a full list & timings of all the day’s events. The Open Day includes free National Motorcycle Museum entry, as well as entry to the large indoor autojumble and trade area.
For details of how to book a 2m pitch for just £100.00 (ex VAT) with electric hook up (if required) charged at £25.00, contact Dan Powell by e-mail [email protected]
The event will also feature trade stands & displays from many well-known names from the wonderful world of motorcycling. The museum shop will be open throughout the event selling a huge range of classic motorcycling books, clothing & memorabilia.
Who will be there?
In attendance will be some of the museum’s specialist suppliers & craftsmen, and classic motorcycling experts who will be available to chat and answer questions.
TT legend & TV presenter Steve Plater will host two special free to enter Henry Cole & Friends stage shows at 11.00am & 2.00pm.
Held on the stage in the museum’s Britannia suite, these now legendary free one hour chat shows will feature TV’s Henry Cole and Sam Lovegrove, as well as whole host of motorcycling personalities from the past & present. More celebrities joining Henry on stage will be announced in the coming months. All guest stars will also be making personal appearances to sign memorabilia in addition to some special book/memorabilia signing sessions.
Hear from some of the most famous race machines in the world in the Britannia Suite. Bikes old and new will include some of the museum’s famous racing inventory as well as ex-Moto GP bikes courtesy of the Brackley Festival of Motorcycling & Phil Morris Racing.
The open day will also include:
Food Court & Bar: Fantastic catering provided by the museum’s chefs will be available in our Premier Suite food court & bar area. The museum restaurant will also be open as normal serving a wide variety of hot meals and snacks from breakfast time onwards.
The Draw For The Best Classic Motorcycle Raffle Prize In The World: Our summer 2021 raffle to win an amazing classic motorcycle will be drawn by Henry Cole live on stage during the afternoon of the event on 30/10/21.
Parking: Car parking for the event is just £10.00 per car with motorcycle parking absolutely free.
COVID-19: Like the rest of the UK, we are hoping that normality will have resumed by the date of our event. Any Government guidance which is applicable at the time will be followed to ensure the safety and enjoyment of visitors and museum staff.
For further details and updates on Museum Live 2021 see www.thenmm.co.uk