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The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, in Birmingham, Alabama, is home to the world's largest motorcycle collection. The museum is owned by George Barber. Our newly updated and re-designed Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum website launched today!!! Be sure to check it out at to keep updated on events and museum happenings. #barbervintagemotorsportsmuseum #barbervintagefestival #inbirmingham.

Barber Motorsports Park is a multi-purpose racing facility located in Birmingham. The park is home to a museum and a 2.38-mile track. Click to learn more! In its 10th year, the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama presented by AmFirst is a signature event on the INDYCAR circuit. The 2.38-mile road course, with 17 flowing turns and 80 feet of elevation change, challenges drivers and engineers unlike any other track in the circuit.

Sep 10, 2019 · I went to the museum with my dad and nephew for a special day out. We all enjoyed the exhibits. Even if you are not into motorcycles, the displays and vintage items are a must-see for a Birmingham native or traveler thru the area.5/5(1.2K). Barber Motorsports Park is an 880-acre (360 ha) multi-purpose racing facility located in Birmingham, Alabama. It was built by Alabama native George W. Barber, and includes the 230,000-square-foot Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum.It has been the site of the IndyCar Series' Grand Prix of Alabama since 2010. The Annual Barber Vintage Festival has taken place at the park each October since 2005.Architect: Alan Wilson.

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum - 6030 Barber Motorsports Pkwy, Birmingham, Alabama 35094 - Rated 4.8 based on 1,093 Reviews "The museum is an amazing 4.8/5(1.1K). Birmingham The three-day festival features an entertaining fan zone, shows, Ace Corner, swap meet with hundreds of vendors, motorcycle gatherings and races that take place on and off the course. The Museum extends its hours and hosts seminars all weekend long!