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Hill Country Motorheads: This Vintage Motorcycle Museum is a Burnet Treasure You’ll Love

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Opened just two short months ago, for those of you who were unaware, Hill Country Motorheads Vintage Motorcycle Museum is a sight to see here in the Texas Hill Country. Situated in Burnet, this  collection of more than 200 motorcycles representing such brands as Triumph, Husqvarna, Harley-Davidson, Hodaka, and so much more, features a minimum of 70 on display at any one given time. It makes a great stop if you’re touring the “Twisted Sisters” (Hill Country Ranch Roads 335, 336 and 337), or simply enjoying the countryside, in and around San Antonio, Fredericksburg, Luckenbach, Llano, and Austin.

This 7,000-square-foot facility exhibits mostly bikes from the ‘60s and ‘70s and makes getting there considerably user-friendly, with a huge paved parking lot perfect for not only motorcycles but also vehicles and haulers.

Vintage street bikes, drag racers, flat trackers, motocrossers, choppers, and memorabilia, the majority of which dates back almost six decades, can all be seen and enjoyed at the Hill Country Motorheads Vintage Motorcycle Museum. You’re guaranteed a good time.

Hill Country Motorheads Vintage Motorcycle Museum is a Burnet Treasure of Extensive Proportion

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While you’re visiting the museum at 2001 West Highway 29, take the opportunity for some rest and relaxation by shooting a game of pool, sitting in the “man cave,” or grabbing a snack and a soda before hitting the road again. The building is also outfitted with big screen TVs for your viewing pleasure, together with an enjoyable assortment of vintage pictures and posters.

The museum is accessible for those with handicaps, and it’s also dog-friendly. The doors are open from Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and veterans/active duty military, and free for children under 12. If you would like more information about this wonderful gem of the Texas Hill Country, visit their website at the link provided here.