It’s Summer Camp for Grown Ups At the HD Museum

Roughing it at HD's Fantasy Camp

This summer the Harley-Davidson Museum will offer a select group of riders and enthusiasts an exclusive opportunity to become the ultimate Harley-Davidson insider. The Harley-Davidson Fantasy Camp is an exclusive behind-the-scenes Harley-Davidson experience, offering participants a once-in-a-lifetime chance to immerse themselves in Harley-Davidson Motor Company history, gain entry to the building where bikes are engineered, styled and tested, ride with Harley-Davidson executives, and become the ultimate Harley-Davidson insider.

From June 21-25, 2010, twenty Harley-Davidson Fantasy Campers will be immersed in Harley-Davidson history and culture as well as get to know Milwaukee, Harley-Davidson’s hometown for 107 years. A sneak peek of what is planned:

  • Enjoy VIP guided tours of the Harley-Davidson Museum including an in-depth look at the limited-access archives collection.
  • Discover historic Harley-Davidson sites during a never-before-offered city tour of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Tour the access-restricted Willie G. Davidson Product Development Center (PDC), where motorcycle prototypes are engineered, styled and tested.
  • Learn how Harley-Davidson V-Twin engines work from a Harley-Davidson University instructor.
  • Bond with a Harley-Davidson Motor Company executive while riding through Milwaukee’s countryside.
  • Experience must-do Milwaukee activities like enjoy a Brewer’s game from the exclusive Harley-Davidson Deck, and check out Summerfest from the private Harley-Davidson Roadhouse.
  • Share daily meals with Harley-Davidson staff and other H-D Fantasy Campers.
  • Chronicle the trip with plenty of opportunities for photos

The Harley-Davidson Fantasy Camp experience includes hotel, food, and transportation to all destinations – including motorcycles for the ride – and exclusive access to areas not available to the public for $3,000 per person.

To enroll in the Harley-Davidson Fantasy Camp, call the Harley-Davidson Museum Group Tours Coordinator at 414-287-2799. Registration deadline is May 31, 2010.

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