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Yesteryear Museum


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Yesteryear Museum Central Kansas Flywheels, Inc., operator of the Museum, is a non-profit organization to collect, restore and exhibit antiques that pertain to our American heritage and provide mutual enjoyment to members and visitors. Look for: 1880's Print Shop; 1869 Swedish Bible; 500-piece Dog Figurine Collection; Lock and doorknob display; Barb wire; Wrench display; License plates; Boy Scout memorabilia; Yardstick and brick display; Telephone equipment; Hinkle-Myers Reboring Machine on Model T block; Machine used to make mattresses; Currie Windmill made in Kansas; Tinners' anvils and tools; Bull Tractor; Typewriters, dictaphones and adding machines; Washing machines; Shaving mug collection; Children's toys; Woodworking shop; Shoe repair shop; "Big Red" 200 horsepower steam generator; 1943 Mack fire truck; Ostenberg OMC Tractor assembled in Salina, Kansas; Model A truck; Stoves; and Radios.

By Gone Days is scheduled each Spring, and the Antique Engine Show and Antique Tractor Pull is a popular Fall event each October. New exhibits and collections are added throughout the year.


Hours: The Museum is open May through September
Address: 1100 W. Diamond Dr. (just north off Interstate 70 at exit 252; West of Ninth Street approximately 1 mile)
Phone: 785-825-8473
Our Email: ckf@yesteryearmuseum.org
Our Website:www.yesteryearmuseum.org

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