Wheels Through Time Museum Roars Back To Life For The 2024 Season! 

Wheels Through Time – Haywood County

Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum opens for its 2024 season on April 4th. Located in beautiful Maggie Valley, NC, the museum houses a world-renowned collection of all-American motorcycles. Known as “The Museum That Runs,” the museum roars to life each opening day as staff fire up motorcycles for the crowd.

On Saturday, April 6th, the museum will celebrate their second annual Founders Day. This day was created last year to honor Museum Founder Dale Walksler and his vision and passion that made Wheels Through Time what it is today. The day’s events will include Museum staff firing up some of Dale’s favorite bikes and sharing their favorite stories from his life.

“We look forward to seeing all our returning and first-time guests,” said Museum Curator Matt Walksler, “we have been busy all winter making improvements to improve the visitor experience and bringing bikes back to life to fire up for guests.”

The museum staff is excited to show off all-new machines to the museums collection including a 1954 Harley-Davidson K Model, a 1942 Harley-Davidson U Model, and a stunning 1947 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead in original paint condition.

Once open for the season, operating hours are Thursday through Monday, 10 AM to 5 PM, and the museum is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information about the museum or to purchase tickets for the 1936 Knucklehead raffle, go to

As a not-for-profit organization, the museum is entirely funded by its visitors and through its annual raffle. This year, their twenty-second year of operation, they are giving away a 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead painted in HD Custom gold and black. All proceeds from the raffle go to continued efforts to locate, acquire, preserve, and display American motorcycle history.

Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum
62 Vintage Ln, Maggie Valley, NC 28751