That place was definitely on my list. I like he he sets things up in an unrestored state, hill climb bikes, choppers, etc.
If you are looking for other destinations, check these two:
If you are ever in NY, the Motorcylepedia Museum in Newburgh (right off the NY Thruway, 100 miles North of NYC) is amazing. The place is owned by the guy who owns V-Twin Mfg. We spent about four hours there and only saw about 1/2 of the exhibits. The top floor is all custome/chopper/aftermarket stuff from the 1960's. Half of that area is dedicated to Indian, with one of every year represented. In that area is five diorama's setup of local NY HD dealer workshops from five different era's.
As we were leaving, an attendant asked how we liked the museum. We said it was amazing, but my buddy mentioned that he was disappointed because he didn't see the functional "Wheel of Death" that was mentioned on the website. The guy said "oh, you didn't go downstairs to the main display area?". Uh, no. We shot down there but were pressed for time at that point. They had not one, but two functioning wheel of death's setup - they run them on Saturday, so that would be a good day to go. One of the exhibits in the lower section (HD and Triumph) was a complete setup of of JFK's funeral motorcade.
A little South of Williamsport, PA is "Bills Bike Barn", also a great place to visit. Bill was an HD dealer in Allentown, but got the boot from the factory when they started requiring the boutique dealerships we see today. Bill is still mad. He's pretty crusty, but will walk around with you. His amazing parts jumble/warehouse is just down the road with tons of OEM/NOS parts and accessories.