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Crawford Antique Farm Museum


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Crawford Antique Farm Museum is a chance to see farm machinery, tractors, household items from yesteryear. This Museum takes you back in time with some items that were in use before tractors.  A wide variety of different types of farm items and a guide is there to explain the items for you.  This tour is great for persons who are in the farming vocation or for city people who would like to experience the antique farm equipment.  Very educational along with being enjoyable. 


Address: Crawford Antique Farm Machinery Museum

Whetstone Street


Phone: (866) 562-0720
Our Email: tourism@cybrtown.com
Our Website:www.bucyrus.org

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