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American Tractor Museum

American Tractor Museum

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8pm-5pm Monday-Friday
573.547.1097
$10
lat: 37.7303794 long: -89.8628158

Visit the American Tractor Museum with 18,000 square feet of some of the most rare and unique machines that were a part of the evolution of the tractor as we know it today. With manufacturers such as Illinois, Rumely, Water Boy and many others, the museum displays one of the largest collections of pedal tractors in the region.

The American Tractor Museum features a large number of colorful vintage tractors, farm machinery and other displays dating back to the late 1800s, including a pair of tractors featured in the 2005 Johnny Cash biopic “Walk the Line.”

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