Aug 31 - Sep 1 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Adults: $18—Sign up as a member today for free admission!
Kids & Youth: Free (Under age 18)
The Annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival takes center stage at the Owls Head Transportation Museum’s on August 31 and September 1. From Harleys and Triumphs to Hondas and BMWs, join us to show off your vintage motorcycle and be part of the midcoast’s largest motorcycle meet of the summer!
|All Day||Museum Exhibits & Interactive Displays||Throughout Facility|
|All Day||Hungry Pilot Cafe||Outdoor Cafe & Patio|
|All Day||Vintage Vehicle Rides||Auto Workshop|
|All Day||Kids Pedal Car Corral||Near Aviation Hangar|
|All Day||Antique Bike & Automobile Demos||Exhibitor Tent|
|10:00-12:00 PM||Aircraft Demos||Flight Line|
|1:00-2:00 PM||Open Flight Line||Flight Line|
|1:00 PM||Iconic Engine Demos||Energy Room|
The museum is proud to welcome car clubs, auto associations and special interest tours from all over New England during our summer events. To reserve a section at an event’s car show for your group, contact our NEAA™ & Events Director Toby Stinson by email at email@example.com or by phone at (207) 594-4418 x112.
With more than a dozen rare, restored and replica aircraft in its collection, OHTM is thrilled to offer aircraft demonstrations at signature events throughout the season. The museum’s top priority is to ensure the safety of our guests, volunteers and staff. As such, all air shows and biplane rides are weather dependent.
During outdoor weekend shows, scenic biplane rides are available for purchase and scheduled on a first-come-first-serve basis. Each event ride accomodate one passenger for a picturesque, 20-minute flight over the Midcoast. Rides at this event are purchased onsite for $100 for members, $150 for nonmembers. Passengers must be 18 years old and are restricted to a maximum weight limit of 300 lbs.
Free, onsite parking will be offered all day. Handicap accessible spaces are located to the immediate right of the museum’s Main Entrance.
Mobility Equipment: A limited number of wheelchairs and walkers are available free of charge for use while visiting the museum. Equipment is located near the restrooms in the Main Lobby and visitors may ask for assistance at the Front Desk.
Restrooms: Accessible restrooms are located both in the Main Lobby and State of Maine hallway.
Service Animals: Service animals or service animals-in-training are welcome to visit the museum. Pets and other animals are not allowed inside the museum or within the event grounds.