The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is located at the Barber Motorsports Park, a massive auto racing track in the suburbs of Birmingham, Alabama. Catching a race at the Barber (like the Alabama Grand Prix) is thrilling enough for racing enthusiasts, but if racing isn't your thing you should still pay a visit tot he Vintage Motorsports Museum.
The museum itself houses over 1200 motorcycles ranging from some of the earliest models ever made (they had motorcycles in 1904?) to modern speed bikes and all kinds of beautifully decorated vintage motorcycles from the 50's, 60's, and 70's. One of the interesting parts is seeing the different types of bikes from around the world. They also have a large collection of classic Lotus racing cars and the Ferrari which was used to win the World Championship in 1964. Truly some beautiful machines!
Admission for adults is around $15 and a bit less for kids. Children under 3 get in free. If you're in the Birmingham area and you're a fan of classic bikes and cars, or just plain old workmanship, make sure to take a trip out to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.