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Yes, we welcome you to take as many photos as you like!
Small, well behaved dogs on short leads are welcome in the museum at the discretion of the duty manager. At very busy, peak times, or if there are already a number of dogs in the museum, we may occasionally ask you to delay your entry.
Regrettably, due to the open nature and close quarters of our exhibits, we cannot accommodate larger dogs.
We have two wheelchairs available for use free of charge. If you wish to reserve a wheelchair, please call the museum on 01425 620777.
Our museum is arranged over two levels. Please be aware that the upper level is accessible via stairs only at present.
In view of this, we offer a reduced entry fee for anyone unable to use the stairs. The ground floor is completely level/has ramps and holds around 300 vehicles!
We recommend a minimum of 2-3 hours, but most of our visitors spend 4-5 hours with us. As well as the museum, there are also a number of craft and gift shops on site, as well as a Tearooms.
We do not allow visitors to sit on any of the exhibits.
We are unable to take on work experience placements due to Health & Safety limitations.
Final admission is two hours prior to closing.
No, there is no requirement to pre-book your visit.
Yes! All of our gift vouchers are valid for one year from date of purchase. You can purchase tickets by popping in to the museum, calling 01425 620777 or from our online shop
We are always grateful for donations from our visitors.
For monetary donations, there are boxes situated in the museum. Alternatively, you can send a cheque to:
Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum
Bashley Cross Road
For donations of motorcycles, books or automobilia, please contact email@example.com
Campervans and small motorhomes are welcome during the day but we do not permit overnight parking.
Bashley Manor Tearooms are privately owned and run, and operate out of our stunning courtyard. Their opening times mirror the museum’s.
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