'What's in the Barn?' returns for second season June 10
The Wheels Through Time Museum's hit television series, “What’s in the Barn?,” is returning for a second season this summer on Velocity TV.
Beginning on Tuesday, June 10, Velocity TV will debut eight brand new weekly episodes of "What's in the Barn?" at 10 p.m., bringing viewers along as host Dale Walksler crisscrosses the country digging up America's rarest and most historic vintage motorcycles.
The first season of the series premiered in late June 2013 after much anticipation, and followed Walksler on his hunt for barns and outbuildings hiding long-since-forgotten motorcycles and automobiles. The show immediately garnered a worldwide audience, airing in over 60 million homes and on six continents.
Often uncovering history in some of the most unusual places, Walksler spent his life collecting rare American motorcycles and displaying them in his Wheels Through Time Museum. His passion for history is evident in every episode, but a walk through his museum gives an even deeper glimpse into one man's grand vision of creating a paradise focused on not only the machines of the past, but the sights, sounds and stories associated with them.
Wheels Through Time displays over 350 all-American motorcycles and automobiles, and continues to grow due to Walksler's undying effort to connect past and present. Currently, the museum's feature exhibit displays dozens of “Barn-finds,” many of which were discovered during the first season of “What’s in the Barn?” Walksler has also brought the museum into the 21st century with the creation of various smartphone applications about the museum collection, giving viewers access into the museum's digital archives.
In celebration of the new season premier on June 10, the museum will be holding special demonstrations and exhibitions of many of the machines on display for visitors each weekend this spring and summer.
Season two kicks off at 10 p.m. Tuesday, June 10, on Velocity TV with two brand new episodes. For more information, visit www.WheelsThroughTime.com or visit www.Velocity.com.