American Police Motorcycle Museum is the only museum in the country which is solely dedicated to preserving the courageous history of the motorcycle police officer. Three floors with over seven thousand square feet of exhibits, over fifty vintage motorcycles, a movie theatre, and a workshop where we build a bike a year. Our pride and joy is the special childrens area where they receive a badge and ID card if they promise to read every night, obey their parents and take a pledge to never bully. There is a 1948 Indian Police Motorcycle that we built as a Laconia Police tribute motor that guests can put on 1940's police uniforms and sit on the bike for a souvenir picture. In the two years that we have been in operation; we have built two motorcycles to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the New Hampshire State Police and the 100th anniversary of the Boston Police Motorcycle Squad. In 2013, our new feature exhibit will be the pioneer history of the female motor officer. Group, senior, military and tour bus discounts are available. Catering can be provided for groups with prior notice. For further details, please visit our website at americanpolicemotorcyclemuseum.com.