Now, we figured we'd be force-fed a pretty rosy view of the Honda brand over the next couple of hours, but in truth, the info presented turned out to be an entertaining, inspirational look at the company's trials and tribulations over the years. The HHC space stocks several airy, light-filled rooms with an array of historical, current, and future products and throws in a smattering of interactive displays, moving robots (Asimo!), and video clips. It's not a sprawling collection, but a well-curated assembly that shows the range of the company's 60-year history in the US through its products. You get to see everything from a CBR1000RR superbike to an American Le Mans Series (ALMS) Honda-powered ARX-03a Muscle Milk Racing car, to a GL1200 Gold Wing engine (Honda's first American-built mill), to an actual Honda Jet and even posters from the famous "You Meet the Nicest People" ad campaign for the Honda 50.