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There is a lot to see here. Lots of tractors and machinery, but also household items and other artifacts from past years. There is a one-room schoolhouse, and an old church. We were given a personal tour by a very knowledgeable volunteer. They also have...More
Walked through several pole barns fill of old tractors and other machinery tools and historical items from the area. Also a schoolhouse and a blacksmith studio to tour
It was a cute stop, takes about an hour with the tour guide, if not more. Donations...More
While my husband was totally engrossed with the wide variety of restored farm machinery, I marveled at the items in the one room school house which, to my surprise, was in operation through 1963. The volunteers that day, Dale and Elaine Stanek, shared a wealth...More
The volunteers who run this have done a nice job. All buildings are packed with stuff, all well labelled. Plus more outside. My husband is more of a tractor person than I, but I enjoyed it too. And there's more than tractors. Easy to get...More
I was driving across the country with an old antique Ford tractor in tow and saw the road signs. Of course this became a must see. Unfortunately, the museum was closed for the season and the season wasn't posted. The old implements and farm displays...More
This place has a little of everything to show how life was led not so many years ago. There are displays of things that might have been found in your parents or grandparents home and on a farm.
Our stop here was of appeal to...More
On our way back home to Sioux City, we stopped off at this tractor museum. The name is deceiving because they not only have tractors and farm equipment but they have an old schoolhouse with everything in it. They have old automobiles, clothes washers, irons,...More
The museum is closed for the season, but we called one of the numbers listed on the door and someone came right over. There are dozen's of tractors dating to the 30's and 40's, some vintage cars, and lots of antiques. Definitely recommended!!!!!
A well presented representation of early plains life and equipment from walk-behind horse-drawn primitives progressing to early and mid level self powered farm machinery and some early to recent household "conveniences". The on-site ladies we met were an absolute delight. The entire experience would be...More
My husband is the fan of all things automotive, so I was just tagging along; however, I found the huge collection rare and fascinating. The volunteer guides are a wealth of information and very friendly.