Museum Hours

Update 3/19/2020: Tomorrow, March 20, following recommendations from the CDC, Jefferson County Officials and the City of Birmingham Officials, the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum will temporarily close to the public until April 4th or the COVID-19 risk diminishes, this includes our programs and events through April 4th. We believe this closure is the best way to protect our staff, patrons, and volunteers, while also supporting public health officials in their efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. BVMM Staff wish to thank you for your understanding and hope you all remain free of the virus and visit once we reopen. Please follow us on Facebook or check our website for updates on this closure.

Where else in the world can you see 900+ mint-condition motorcycles on exhibit at one time? Nowhere. The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s largest motorcycle collection. With over 1,600 motorcycles spanning over 100 years of production, the Barber collection represents 200 different manufacturers from 20 countries. Showcasing the unique design of each individual piece, this epic display reveals the fine art of the motorcycle. But that’s not all. The museum also features the world’s most extensive collection of Lotus cars, plus an assortment of rare, celebrated cars.



April 1–September 30
Monday–Saturday: 10am–6pm
Sunday: Noon–6pm

October 1–March 31
Monday–Saturday: 10am–5pm
Sunday: Noon–5pm

Closed Major Holidays
New Year’s Day, Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. If you plan to travel to the museum during other holidays such as Memorial Day or Labor Day, please call to confirm museum hours.



Adults: $15 +applicable taxes
Children ages 4–12: $10 +applicable taxes
Children 3 and under: FREE

Pets are not allowed.

If you choose to visit during a major event weekend, you will need to purchase an event ticket to access the park, along with regular admission to the Barber Museum. Please go to for schedule.

Learn about the tours and field trips we offer.

To protect the objects being photographed and for the safety of other visitors, there are certain rules that must be followed when photographing at the Barber Museum. Photography must be conducted without disruption to museum operations and without limiting the accessibility of exhibitions, entrances/exits, doorways, pathways, and high traffic areas.

Do not climb, lean, or sit on any exhibits. Do not place props or equipment on the exhibits. Flash photography, tripods, monopods (including “selfie sticks”), and other photographic equipment are not permitted in the galleries.

Photography is permitted for private, noncommercial use only. Photographs may not be published, sold, reproduced, distributed, or otherwise commercially exploited in any manner without prior written permission of Barber Museum management.

Unless otherwise noted, photography of temporary exhibitions or borrowed works of art is not permitted.

Photography Policy