1. Birmingham: Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Entry Ticket
See the world's largest collection of motorcycles and Lotus cars with an entry ticket to the Motorsports Barber Vintage Museum in Birmingham. See over 1600 motorcycles that span over 100 years of production in a space dedicated to motorbikes and vintage cars. See more than 950 bikes on any given day, with 200 manufacturers from 20 countries represented in the collection, including Harley-Davidson, Honda, Indian, Showa, DSK, and Cagiva. The museum was founded by George Barber's passion for collecting classic cars in the 1960s. Barber held an impressive track record by winning first place 63 times in the 1960s racing Porsches. In 2003, the 880-acre park, with its world-class 16-turn, 2.38-mile racetrack, opened to the public. The track is home to the Porsche Sport Driving School, and numerous automakers have chosen the park as their stage for vehicle debuts and film commercials. George Barber’s love of cars has remained powerful with the museum featuring the world’s most extensive Lotus collection, anchored by the Lotus 21. You can also see a display of rare racecars including the 1964 Ferrari F-158 in which John Surtees won the 1964 Formula 1 Driver’s World Championship.