Agricultural Museums

View 40 Allis Chalmers tractors dating from 1914 to 1972. Implements, combines, balers and choppers. Huge collection of toy tractors, farm and home tools and furnishings.

This historical site includes 40 acres of the original Henry A. Wallace birthplace farm.

Iowa's Dairy Center is an educational farm that is committed to educating the public about modern dairy farming, adjacent to the Northeast Iowa Community College.

Living History Farms is an interactive outdoor history museum which educates, entertains and connects people of all ages to Midwestern rural life experiences.

Check out the place where agricultural history is on a roll! The National Farm Toy Museum houses memorabilia and farm toys of today and yesterday. The museum’s mission is the preservation of the history of agriculture through farm toy collecting. The whole family will enjoy discovering how farming has changed throughout the years and the history of the tractors that make successful harvests happen. The National Farm Toy Museum is open daily.

Season agricultural museum, open May to September, about the pioneer legacy of the Daniel Nelson family (homesteaders arriving in Mahaska County in 1844) and century of Mahaska County history. Hours of operation: May-September Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sundays Noon to 5 p.m., closed Mondays

We offer guided group tours June through September any day of the week. We can also have a catered meal served here.