Atwood, Illinois

Harris Agricultural Museum


category : Museums
The museum houses the most authentic agricultural display including antique tractors (1922-1937), engines, a 1919 model T-Ford Grain/Dump truck, replicas of a 1920's farmstead kitchen and more. A new museum and some exhibits are still under construction.


Admission: Donations Appreciated
Hours: By appointment only. Closed on major holidays.
Address: 202 W. Locust Ave.
Phone: 800-500-5438
Our Email: harrisco@atwood/il.com
Our Website:www.harriscompanies.com

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