Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania: Bill's Old Bike Barn: More Than Bikes

The fruits of 40 years of collecting by Bill Morris. There are motorcycles, yes, but there's also a Hitler dummy standing on a balcony within an indoor fake town named Streets of Billville. Lots to see.

Bill's Old Bike Barn

Address:
7145 Columbia Blvd, Bloomsburg, PA
Directions:
On the north side of US Hwy 11/Columbia Blvd, a half-mile east of I-80 exits 241 or 241B. You'll see a yellowish metal building on the left with a Bill's Custom Cycles sign; the driveway leading back to the museum is just before it.
Hours:
Th-F 10-6, Sa 9:30-3, Su 1-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
570-759-7030
Admission:
Adults $5.
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Historical beauty parlor display.

Bill's Old Bike Barn: Hair Dressing Parlor

Awesome. I like motorcycles, but there's so much more. Check out the old hair dressing parlor room. My grandma got burned from that crazy jawn back in the 1960s.

[Jlav, 10/04/2021]
Bill's Old Bike Barn: Much More Than Bikes

Just visited the barn. Lots of cool stuff and vintage things to see. Giant set-up in back is called the "Streets of Billville. Would, however, like to note that there is an admission charge of 5 dollars per person. Totally worth it, though!

[Julia, 07/26/2015]

White buffalo.

Bill's Old Bike Barn

I saw two dinosaurs along US 11, stopped to take a photo, and then I realized that this was the driveway to Bill's Old Bike Barn (The sign at the entrance is not very noticeable). There are also two buffalo statues at the top of the driveway, and a lot of interesting metal sculptures outside the entrance to the place.

[Signmanjoe, 12/18/2014]
Bill's Old Bike Barn

This place is amazing! Over 100 motorcycles as well as a reconstructed inside village, a dentist office, toy collection, misc. memorabilia, and military (Nazi stuff too). You could spend a few hours here. I visited last winter when we went the wrong way to Penn State and ended up on a detour after a gas stop off of I-80. It was snowing, but I saw a sign (the sign didn't look so good, so I knew it would be interesting). Based on the sign, I figured there'd be a few crappy motorcycles inside, but I was amazed to find a full-fledged museum. He has some rare bikes, and military motorcycle half-tracks too.

[Michael Garson, 09/06/2013]

Bill Morris built the museum behind his motorcycle shop. The reconstructed village, which includes a 1939 New York World's Fair Bar, is named "Streets of Billville."

Bill's Old Bike Barn

Bill's Old Bike Barn is a huge building full of motorcycles and other memorabilia. He has 3 rooms of stuff to walk around, each with balconies to walk through, and is planning an addition. His collection includes motorcycles from the early 1900s and models and collectors items.

There are many carousel animals, even a bar from the 1939 NY World's Fair.

[juls, 08/11/2008]

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