Sep 24 2016
Feb 19 2017
Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture Exhibit

Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture Exhibit

Presented by California Automobile Museum at California Automobile Museum

At the same time that Karl Benz was inventing the first automobile, Gottlieb Daimler was inventing the first motorcycle. Together, the automobile and motorcycle have grown up and changed over the years, but in this exhibit, the motorcycle will be getting all the glory it deserves.

Powerful, fast, dynamic, stylish, and with only two wheels. Motorcycles are admired and used from many different walks of life, and from Harley-Davidson to Ducati to Honda, there is a motorcycle for everyone to love.

In California, motorcycles were particularly popular and with their own special sub-culture within the state. From good weather to electric vehicles, from Hells Angels to Hollywood, from the deserts to the coasts, motorcycles will always have a special place in California’s vehicular history.

Admission Info

General $10
Seniors (Ages 65+) $9
Students (with ID) $4
Children (Under Age 5) and Members Free

Phone: (916) 442-6802


Dates & Times

2016/09/24 - 2017/02/19

Additional time info:

Last admission 4pm

Note: The museum is closed Thanksgiving Day (11/24), Christmas Day (12/25), and New Year\’s Day (1/1).

Location Info

California Automobile Museum

2200 Front Street, Sacramento, CA 95818

Accessibility Info

Touch tours are offered for the legally blind and visually impaired. Please contact the museum to schedule your touch tour.