A Gilmore Car Museum classic with thousands of motorcycles, from rare and iconic rides of the past 100 years, to the newest models driven by spectators, rumbling into Hickory Corners, MI. The Vintage Show will feature antique and vintage motorcycles, scooters, and customs, all 25 years and older. The show also includes a large “Bike Corral” full of vintage motorcycles for sale as well as a huge cycle parts and memorabilia swap meet.
- Saturday, June 12th - Swap Meet and Ride
- Sunday, June 13th - Swap Meet and Motorcycle Show
- Includes admission for 2 people (driver + guest) and 2 bikes
- Additional bikes are $5/bike to register
- Participant gate opens at 8:00am and closes at 1:00pm
- Goodie bags to the first 200 registrants
- Pre-registration online is recommended
- Includes admission to the car show as well as the museum
- Adults / Seniors: $16
- Youth (ages 11-17): $11
- Children (10 and under): FREE
- Active Military (must present ID): FREE
- Consecutive two-day passes: $28
- Free parking
Vendors/For Sale Corral
- Space size is approximately 20' x 20'
- Includes admission for 2 people (vendor + guest)
- Space assignments are on a first come, first serve basis
- Early set-up available Friday from 12:00pm to 5:00pm, Saturday from 9:00am to 4:00pm, and Sunday from 7:00am on. Vendor entry gate will close at 12:00pm sharp!
- Please call (269) 671-5089 to reserve your spot or register online
Dogs are allowed at outside events. They must be leashed at all times and cleaned up after. The only animals allowed inside any museum buildings are service animals and they must be working and in uniform.
Yes, tickets may be purchased at the door. We accept cash as well as credit card.
Smoking is prohibited inside any buildings. The designated smoking area is outside at least 25 feet away from buildings.
Yes, food is available. George & Sally's Blue Moon Diner is open daily during the summers. The diner serves delicious diner fare such as hot dogs, salads, soup, frozen custard, and more!
Bringing your own food is discouraged. Gilmore Car Museum relies on sales from food and beverage to stay in operation.
By order of Michigan’s governor, all museum visitors age 5 and over are required to wear a face mask in all indoor spaces, and in outside venues at any posted “mask required” areas or any time social distancing of 6’ cannot be maintained at any area of the museum.