Sammy Miller

One Of The World's Largest
Motorbike Museums

One Of The
World's Largest
Motorbike Museums

Call 01425 620777

or 01425 616644 for more information

Opening Times

Museum Spring & Summer Opening Times
From Monday 12th February 2018 we will open 7 days a week until early December when we open weekends only until mid February. 
The Museum is now open 10am until 4.30pm.

The Workshop/Office is open weekdays only 0830 - 1630 and can be contacted on 01425 616644 during these times.

BIKERS!!  Travelling from Lyndhurst, if you set your sat nav to 'quickest route' this might take you along Beckley Lane which is not an easy road to ride with pot holes and sharp bends!  Keep going on the A35 until you see the brown sign for the Motorcycle Museum using the B3055 on your left.

Congestion at Lyndhurst
When travelling to visit us please be aware of the congestion that often occurs at Lyndhurst - there are alternative routes around Lyndhurst to the Museum.



1970 Münch

1177cc   Model Mammo

One of the world’s first Superbikes.  The engine could accelerate from 20mph to 120mph in top gear! Only 150 built.

Tech spec:

Engine 4 Cylinder OHC NSU. Output 104 bhp.  Frame inspired by Manx Norton. 

Elektron Magnesium Alloy 4 Speed Gearbox.  Chain Guard. Fork sliders and Brakes

Weight 433lbs.  Top Speed 140 mph.

Owner:  The Wilson’s Trust

The Munch has just arrived and Sammy and Bob are trying it out in the Courtyard.

In adverse weather conditions or if you are travelling any great distance please contact the Museum on 01425 620777 to check that the Museum is open.

Bashley Manor Tea Rooms Opening Times
Please visit the Tea Rooms website for their opening times


Ticket Prices

As from Monday 12th February 2018 admission charges into the Museum will be:

Adults - £9
Children - 0-5 years Free     6-14 years £4     15 and over £9

Free admission to Tea Rooms, Shops, Animals & Car Park (Coaches welcome)



Dogs are allowed in the Museum grounds but must be kept on leads at all times as our chickens and guinea fowl run freely around. There are plenty of areas to exercise your dog but please do clear up after them.  Guide and assistance dogs are welcome in the Museum.


Parking and Bike Hard Standing

There is plenty of free parking in the rear car park with hard standing for bikes.  Please watch out for our chickens and guinea fowl who run freely around!


Download the Sammy Miller access statement here

There are over 385 bikes in the Museum. Most exhibits are displayed on the ground floor with wheelchair access. This list (Bikes on the First Floor) details the exhibits displayed on the first floor which are not accessible to wheelchairs or those with limited mobility. Download it here




New Forest commoners and organisations are appealing to all drivers to slow down as the clocks go back, to prevent the usual huge rise in animal deaths and injuries in the longer nights.  Nearly 100 free-roaming animals were killed or injured in the New Forest last year.

A quarter  of these, 25 animals, were killed or injured on just four key routes in the evenings in the two months after the clocks go back. Sadly about three quarters of the accidents involved local drivers.

New Forest commoners, the families who own the animals that maintain the Forest, have teamed up with other organisations to focus efforts on reducing accidents this winter.They are asking locals and visitors to add just three minutes to their journeys and drive slowly across the Forest.  Thank you.

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Vincent and Flat Tank Hall


Norton Collection


Trial Bike Hall


New Arrivals At The Sammy Miller Museum

On display in the Museum are three of Sammy's new arrivals

1964 Grand Prix Bianchi

1964 Grand Prix Bianchi
Designed by Lino Tonti and raced by Bob McIntyre, Alistair King and Silvio Grassetti.

1939 BSA Empire Star

1939 BSA Empire Star
This bike was the forerunner of the Gold Star, the sports bike of the era! Note the upswept exhaust pipe model. Price was £70 new!

1938 Zundapp K800

1938 Zundapp K800
800cc Flat Four
4 Speed Chain Gearbox
Pressed Steel Frame