Worth making the effort to visit if you are nearby between 3 and 4pm Monday to Friday. Entry was free when we were there in 2006 - not sure of the current position (closed due to the virus probably !).
The museum entrance is the door on the right in the tunnel. There was also a bit of a showroom (I think) and a workshop.
Once inside, the museum floor area is quite extensive.
Mrs B doesn't look much different now, me not so ! (though I still wear the Hein Gericke Air jacket I'm carrying).
Can't recall whose office this was - the statue is Omobono Tenni, a works rider who died in a crash in 1948 according to Wikipedia:
The V8 racer takes pride of place on it's own. The drawings were behind glass & reflections impossible to avoid, I'm afraid.
There are examples of most of the road bikes. Mrs B had a V50 like this one & I had a Mille GT, though mine was gold with wire wheels. Plus a couple of the others.
A stunning view of the car park - my green R100RT & Mrs B's R65LS on the right. Shame on us taking BMWs to the MG factory ! Plus a photo of the factory complex & a model of the famous wind tunnel.
Just a few of the 117 pics I took there. Hope this was of interest & worth the bandwidth !