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Farming Progression

Farming Exhibits

Rural Heritage Museum Two, the Farm Equipment Building, houses large pieces of farm equipment and farm implement exhibits. This building shows the progression of farming from human powered and horse drawn era, to the motorized era with pieces for working soil, planting, harvesting and processing crops.

You will see various early farm pieces such as tractors, grain and seed cleaners, cultivators, harnesses, plows and implements for planting and harvesting. Also view our display of dairy processing items and orchard items.

Rural Heritage Museum

Open Saturday and Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm with masks required for entry.

No reservations are currently being accepted for large tours or school tours. 

Museum closed December 7, 2020 – April 9, 2021.

Phone:  240-420-1714

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