This is the home of Triumph, where you'll get the full story in our unique immersive visitor experience. It's here that you'll see how we make motorcycles, get up close to some of the most iconic Triumphs of all time, and enjoy a priceless collection of motorcycle memorabilia brought together exclusively for our visitors.
So much more than just a motorcycle museum, the Triumph Factory Visitor Experience tells the whole story of why people ride by bringing together a spectacular collection of historic and modern achievements in motorcycle design, engineering, racing and popular culture.
Take time out to relax among stylish surroundings at the Triumph 1902 Café.
From the 10th October 2020 the Factory Visitor Experience, (Café, Shop and Exhibition) is open Wednesday to Sunday - 10am to 4.30pm and Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Our 1902 Café and Shop will be open for walk-ins during these hours but to guarantee entry into our Exhibition, we advise you to pre-book now.
An amazing opportunity to venture behind the scenes at Triumph’s world-famous Hinckley headquarters, this unique guided Factory Tour reveals little-known facts, exciting insights, and gets you up close to the Triumph motorcycle manufacturing process.
At only £20 per person, the tour is an unmissable chance to enjoy unparalleled behind-the-scenes access and see first-hand how world-famous precision-engineered Triumph motorcycles are produced.
Your exclusive guided Factory Tour can only be pre-booked online, so check availability and book your tickets today.
Please note our Factory Tours are very popular and sell out quickly, so if you can’t find a date now please check back again later as we release new availability regularly. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee any part of the production line running although we endeavour to show as much as possible.
We are also able to arrange group bookings; please call 01823 358 899 to find out more.
From the 10th October 2020 the Factory Visitor Experience, (Café, Shop and Exhibition) is open Wednesday to Sunday - 10am to 4.30pm and closed Monday and Tuesday.
Our 1902 Cafe and Shop will be open for walk-ins during these hours but to guarantee entry into our Exhibition, we advise you to pre-book now.