Norton Factory Tours

This is the home of Norton, where you will get to see how we make hand built British motorcycles and enjoy a memorable experience whilst meeting our enthusiastic team.

norton factory tour

 Price £15 per person
 How to book Online in advance only
 Duration 1.5 hours
Start Time 3pm

There are a limited number of places on each Factory Tour, maximum per tour is 25 persons.  Please note each Factory Tour is hosted by an English-speaking guide. 

Our tours take place at 3pm every Friday (except during the Christmas and New Year period, IOM TT fortnight and certain motorbike shows) and take approximately 1.5 hours. The tour numbers are limited to 25 people. We do not have on site refreshment facilities, however the local hotel, The Priest House owned by the owner of Norton  is just 2 minutes away from the factory. The hotel is located at the end of Park Lane, just after the Norton site by the River Trent. The website is If you require any further details please do not hesitate to contact us.

Important Visitor Information

Do I need to bring anything

Booking confirmation

Part of the tour takes place outside so please bring warm clothing

Can I park at the factory

Free parking is available onsite, including designated disabled parking bays

When do I need to arrive

Please arrive 15 minutes before the tour begins at 3pm

Can I take pictures

Yes, you will be advised during the tour where photography is permitted

Is there access for those with disabilities


Are refreshments available

No, however The Priest House Hotel is 2 minutes from the factory

Are children allowed

Yes, children aged 10 or over when accompanied by an adult, but we regret that factory tours are not suitable for younger children

Are dogs allowed

Accredited assistance and guide dogs are welcome


We highly recommend all visitors wear flat, closed-toe shoes during their Factory Tour for comfort and safety


We’re sorry, but once a Factory Tour is booked, we’re unable to arrange a refund if you cancel


Ground floor male, female and disabled restrooms are available and free to use for visitors