The Ibbenbüren motorcycle museum is a great destination, not just for fans of classic cars. The museum, housed in a historic school building, has it all: motorcycle history from the penny pinchery from 1882 to the modern Paris-Dakar rally machine by Patricia Schek.
Over 180 first-class exhibits make the heart of every motorcycle fan beat faster. Experience the fascination of "motorcycles" with machines from the pre-war period, including a Zündapp KS 750 Wehrmacht team, rare post-war models, 50s boom-time classics, mopeds and mopeds up into the late 70s, breathtaking collector's items such as the last surviving "Diel" from 1927 with a water-cooled motor, a “Wanderer” with belt drive, and a “pacemaker” from 1925. Wherever two-wheeled history clashes, the “Münch Mammut 1200 TTS” must of course not be missing.
You can find explanatory information for almost all exhibits in the museum, as well as historical motorcycle clothing or interesting cut-away models and the best: photography allowed!
Convince yourself of the lived "freedom on two wheels" and visit our picture gallery, where we have some of our exhibits ready for you, or visit us live and let yourself be inspired by motorcycle history.