About The Montz Motorcycle Museum

Tecumseh's timeless treasures await!

Since the filming of this video, the museum has doubled in size and almost doubled in number of exibits. 

The Montz Motorcycle Museum of Tecumseh, Nebraska is owned by Bill and Carla Montz.  Their passions for all things motorcycle started with collecting bikes and has grown into a museum of over 120 classics!  Bill has been working in partnership with the Chrome Angelz Dream Chaserz Chapter in Nebraska and the Nebraska state chapter of Women of Worth Moto Group to put together a motorcycle festival to celebrate everyone.


The Montz Motorcycle Museum, located at 432 Clay Street, is just off the town square where the Tecumseh IFRD Motorcycle Festival will be held.  The museum building is currently undergoing a new addition and the collection has had new donations and additions as well.  While in Tecumseh for the festival, you need to go visit bill and hear as many of the stories of these classics as you can.

The museum features motorcycles from the Steve McQueen collection that Bill was able to obtain at the actor's estate auction.  The collection also includes a 1906 Indian, a 1912 Harley Davidson and the oldest known motorcycle in the state of Nebraska...a 1902 Peugot made in France.

To visit the museum for a private tour, you can call Bill Montz at (402) 335-0328.  Admission is $10 per adult and $3 for children under ten years old.  To learn more about the museum, visit montzmotorcyclemuseum.com.

On March 3, 2021, the Nebraska Passport Program announced the addition of Montz Motorcycle Museum to the Nebraska Passport Program, awarding it a place in the Top 70 Places to Visit in Nebraska.  

The Passport Program inspires Nebraskans and tourists to travel throughout the state collecting stamps to earn prizes, while also supporting Nebraska’s tourism destinations and local businesses.

Despite the pandemic and travel challenges of 2020, there were 43,680 participants and 1,185 program participants made it to every stop last year.  With over 222,318 passport stamps collected, 10,767 prizes were awarded to people from 40 different states.  This year, travelers will have from May 1 through September 30 to visit the attractions and get their stamps.

To find out more about the program and to download the app, visit nebraskapassport.com.

The Montz Motorcycle Museum Awarded a Position in the Nebraska Passport Program!

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