The Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, NC – the rare and historic machines museum that everybody should visit at least one time – will be re-opening this Thursday and will welcome fans and friends until Monday for a series of exhibitions and demonstrations of many rare motorcycles, including several that were recently found on Season 1 & 2 of t”he Tv show “What’s In the Barn?”. A dozen of them belonging to America’s motorcycling beginnings .
Since the museum closed for the winter last December, staff and volunteers have been hard at work, focusing on improving visitors’ museum experience from start to finish. “For 2014, we’ve enhanced countless exhibits, expanded interpretive and informational signage, and of course, added new machines to the assortment of American motorized history on display,” said museum curator Dale Walksler. “We’ve even developed a series of smart phone applications to give visitors access to complete information about many of the machines and exhibits on display.”
The crew at WTT has also been busy shooting for season two of the Velocity TV’s new hit series “Whats In The Barn?”, which gives viewers in depth coverage of one of America’s foremost motorcycle treasure hunters in action. Many of the new finds from season two will be on display throughout the year in the museum’s featured exhibit, along with the stories of who rode them, raced them, bought them, and sold them. Wheels Through Time opens its doors at 9 a.m. on March 27. Throughout the season, regular hours are 9 a.m.-5p.m., Thursday-Monday (Closed Tues & Wed). For more information, visit Wheels Through Time Museum or call (828) 926-6266. http://www.wheelsthroughtime.com