Full-throttle fun: Harley-Davidson Museum celebrates 10-year anniversary

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MILWAUKEE-- Rev your engine -- because for this weekend only, the Harley-Davidson museum is celebrating ten legendary years. FOX6's Kasey Chronis spent the morning at the museum with a look at the full-throttle birthday fun.

The museum opened its doors on Thursday, July 12 back in 2008.

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The party kicked off during Bike Night, featuring ten years of museum trivia, live music by The Radio Wranglers, a Milwaukee Fire Department Boat Show, and fireworks.

The party lasts all weekend near 6th and Canal, with plenty of other activities planned for the birthday weekend.

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Harley-Davidson is also prepping for its 115th anniversary party. It runs over Labor Day weekend, August 29 to September 2.

For more information on the celebrations, CLICK HERE.

Museum admission is $10 from July 12-15.

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