The Richardson’s Harley-Davidson® Museum is dedicated to motorcycling history and is a must-visit for any enthusiast. It is located at our Launceston Dealership, and is open Monday to Saturday.
The museum is set out in decades with history-boards to follow the life of the Harley-Davidson® family and business and contains a 1900s A6 Flannery-Harley-Gallion Co. pushbike, one of only a few examples left in the world as well as a 1940 Ex-Army Indian Scout and replica garage set out. In the growing museum you will find some rare treasures from the glory days including an early 1900’s pedal bike with a plate that reads ‘A.G. FLANNERY-HARLEY-GALLION – an extremely rare piece, a 1940 Indian Scout Ex-Army, two J model Harley-Davidson® Motorcycles and more.
Admission is a gold coin donation, with all proceeds going to the Tasmanian Devil Fund.