About the National Conference Centre
The National Motorcycle Museum opened to the public in 1984 with the world's largest collection of British built historical motorbikes, celebrating the golden era of British biking. Over the following years, the National Motorcycle Museum built and developed its purpose built meetings space and soon became one of the regions most successful and sort after event venues. By 1989, the events space had grown into what it is now - consisting of 13 multi-purpose, fully flexible, dedicated and professional event spaces.
In 2015, the company reviewed its business model and rebranded the commercial events side of the business to be the National Conference Centre.