A Harley-Davidson Museum Scavenger Hunt

No visit to Milwaukee is complete without a roll through the Harley-Davidson Museum. The museum tells the 119-year-old story of the company and the adventurous spirit of its four founders and its legions of enthusiasts. To help you connect with that feeling of freedom, try to find all five of these incredible pieces in the collection when you’re there.


a mother and daughter pointing at a wall of motorcycle tanks


Tank Wall

The fuel tank for a Harley-Davidson is one of its most distinctive features and often one of the most eye-catching elements of the motorcycle. For proof, look at all the selfies snapped in front of this collection of 100 distinctive tanks pulled together for this installation.


Serial No. 1

A restoration of this bike back in the ’90s revealed many of the parts had been stamped with the number “1,” perhaps providing a telling clue that these were among the first machined parts used by the founders and definitely giving the bike – long-recognized as the world’s oldest Harley-Davidson – its famous moniker.


Find the Latest Addition

Continue past the Tank Wall and over the Bridge Gallery to venture up to the third floor of the H-D Museum, where visitors will be rewarded with a glimpse of the more than 350 vehicles found in Motorcycle Storage. If you’re lucky, you just might see the latest addition to its collection up there.


Easy Rider Captain America Replica + Captain America Marvel Motorcycle

For many, the images found in the 1969 classic film Easy Rider come alive here. While the original set bike was lost to time, this faithful replica is a dead ringer for Peter Fonda’s chopper. If your tastes run more comic book than counterculture, turn around to see the actual motorcycle used in making Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Captain America.


2021 Pan America

While off-road riding has seen a recent surge in popularity, H-D’s roots in this arena stretch back to its very beginnings as Harley-Davidson motorcycles had to be engineered to traverse dusty gravel roads or stone-choked creeks. With this long lineage in mind, it’s no surprise the all-new Pan America motorcycle has quickly become the top adventure touring motorcycle in North America.