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Explore a century of motorcycling history at the National Motorcycle Museum

Founded in 1984, the National Motorcycle Museum is the largest British motorcycle museum in the world. Spread over five exhibition halls, there's over 850 motorbikes to see, from the 1898 Beeston tricycle to the rare 1950s Triumphs.

Learn all about their history and explore over a century of British motoring with plenty of fascinating facts and insights to accompany each bike.

Visit the UK's largest exhibition centre

From BBC Gardeners World to Crufts, the National Exhibition Centre plays host to over 140 events a year. As well as exhibitions, it's seen some of the top music acts in the country perform on its stage, including David Bowie and George Michael.

Situated minutes from Birmingham International Airport and a short walk from Resorts World, it's also perfectly placed to explore the rest of Birmingham. Visit the NEC's website to find out what's on while you're here.

Restaurants and retail therapy at Resorts World

Resorts World is Birmingham's all-inclusive shopping, restaurant and entertainment venue right next to Birmingham International airport and train station. It boasts over 50 outlet stores from your favourite high street shops, an assortment of bars and restaurants, an 11-screen cinema and a casino, as well as the four-star Genting Hotel and Spa.

Looking for accommodation Near the National Motorcycle Museum? Travelodge Birmingham Airport Hotel is a short drive away Near Elmdon Nature Park and Resorts World, while Travelodge Birmingham Sheldon Hotel is Nearby too.