The MOTO Museum, located in the Midtown Moto Complex, houses a private collection of unique motorcycles obtained from over 20 countries from around the globe covering almost 100 years of motorcycle history. The museum is a celebration of the form, function, evolution, and elegance of the motorcycle.
“The focus of my collection is rare and vintage motorcycles from the many European manufacturers that existed before 1975, all the way back to the beginning of motorcycling around 1900. This collection represents the tremendous range of creative solutions to the basic design problem of moving a two-wheeled machine forward. In addition to innovative and creative engineering, I have sought motorcycles with a variety of stylistic solutions. Many of these motorcycles have an interesting story, or notable pedigree associated with them. As an avid motorcyclist, collector and fan, I hope you enjoy your visit.” — Steve Smith, Founder | Owner
The Moto Museum is located at 3441 Olive St, St. Louis, MO 63103, St. Louis, MO. 63103. Admission is free. If you are planning a trip to see The MOTO Museum, please call ahead to confirm it will be open for viewing. The Museum is also an event venue and there may be a private event during normal business hours. Call 314-446-1805 for more information. (The Moto Museum is closed until further notice.)
The collection features rare and vintage motorcycles from the many European manufacturers that existed before 1975.
The collection covers almost 100 years of motorcycle history, including unique motorcycles obtained from over 20 countries.