New Harley-Davidson Museum webcam offers a virtual tour of daily construction
This past summer, construction of the Harley-Davidson Museum began after legendary dirt racer Scott Parker performed a burnout with a Harley-Davidson Sportster to officially break ground on the Museum. With plans to open in 2008, the Harley-Davidson Museum will become a must-see destination for many motorcyclists. For those who want to track the progress of the construction of the H-D Museum, a new webcam allows eager and curious enthusiasts to watch the progress each day.
The H-D Museum webcam displays new images of the construction site several times an hour and features a zoom function for close-up views. Also, images of the progress will be archived so viewers can observe step-by-step development.
The Harley-Davidson Museum will be located on a 20-acre piece of land at the corner of Sixth and Canal Streets near downtown Milwaukee. The Museum will encompass 130,000 square feet and will feature exhibit space as well as a restaurant, café, retail shop, meeting space, special events facilities, and house the Company’s Archives. An estimated 70 full-time jobs are expected to be filled and 350,000 visitors from around the world are expected to visit the museum annually.
To visit the Museum webcam, click here.