The Owls Head Transportation Museum, located at 117 Museum Street, will be holding its annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival on Saturday and Sunday, September 4 and 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. In addition to motorcycles, the event will include a car show, live demonstrations, beer garden, aircraft demonstrations and vintage car rides.

The gathering attracts hundreds of vintage motorcycles from all over New England, with brands such as Triumph, Harley-Davidson, Indian, Honda, Ducatti and BMW interspersed with rare and obscure vintage motorcycles from around the world. A designated area inside the doors and along the exhibition grounds will be reserved for owners to display their latest generation motorcycles.

Exhibitors are welcome. Those exhibiting a classic, custom, or special interest vehicle 20 years or older, or any Japanese-made motorcycle of any year of production, will receive free entry for themselves and one passenger.

Twenty-minute scenic biplane rides will be available for purchase, weather permitting.

Admission is $ 18 for adults, $ 16 for seniors, free for youth 17 and under and retired / active duty military personnel (uniform ID required).

The museum follows Maine CDC guidelines and recommends that all attendees wear face coverings inside museum buildings.

For more information, visit owlshead.org, call 594-4418 or email [email protected]