1930's Ag Museum Quincy Il

Adams County

1435 Boy Scout Rd | Quincy, IL

Located in rural Quincy, Illinois, the 1930s Ag Museum is situated on 20 peaceful acres and is privately owned by a former educator and farm history enthusiast. The museum features John Deere implements manufactured during the transition from horse power to tractor power. All displayed implements could have been pulled or belt-powered by the 1936 Model B tractor pictured. Some implements are much older than the 1930s to illustrate the astounding evolution of farm equipment for pre-planting, planting, cultivation and harvesting. A time line displays the evolution of farm equipment from 10,000 BC to present.

Hours

By Appointment Only

Admission

Free
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1930s Ag Museum

Impressive private collection of John Deere implements plus vintage items typical of a 1930s farmstead.