Combine visits to both of our world-class museums for discounted entry.
Book your tickets to Classic Motorcycle Mecca and Bill Richardson Transport World together, and receive an exclusive discount.
Book a Turbo Pass: the ultimate pass for petrolheads.
Here’s the beauty of the Turbo Pass! Short answer, no. Spend the first day checking out one museum, then keep the fun going the following day by visiting the second one. Trust us: you’ll want to give yourself plenty of time to explore each collection (we recommend a minimum of two hours each at Bill Richardson Transport World and Classic Motorcycle Mecca). However, if you’re short on time you can view both collections in a single day.
Life’s like a box of chocolates: sometimes, you’ve just got to pick one first. Like our regular entry tickets, admission to each museum is for one day only.
We hope that - by visiting our website - you're already pretty keen to come and visit Classic Motorcycle Mecca. As you'll know by now, our collection is the largest and most diverse in the country: and it is considered the leading classic motorcycle collection in the entire Southern Hemisphere. With more than 300 motorcycles dating all the way back to 1902, ranging from Burt Munro to John Britten to Brough Superior, our bikes really are works of art.
Meanwhile, Bill Richardson Transport World is the largest private automotive museum of its type in the world. (We don't do things by halves, do we?)
With a collection stretching 15,000 square metres and boasting 300+ vintage vehicles (from pastel-perfect Kombis, Henry Ford letter cars, grunty 1930s V8s, speedy race cars, trucks of every make and model imaginable), visiting Bill Richardson Transport World is an incredible experience.
We're equally proud of both of our collections, and they each have a justified reputation as being world-class. Come and see them for yourself.
Our lovely team is here to help: simply provide us with the time and date of your ticket purchase, and we will be able to assist.
Just a quick drive straight down the road. You’ll find Bill Richardson Transport World soon after entering Invercargill (if you’re coming from Dunedin), while Classic Motorcycle Mecca is further down on Tay St in the heart of the CBD. There's plenty of parking (for both cars or campervans) around each location.