Ag Heritage Park offers the ultimate collection of memorabilia commemorating early ag life in rural America. The Park portrays the many facets of life "on the farm" from the horse-drawn machinery age through the changing phases of modernization into the mid-60's. The display includes a two room farm house, a log cabin and a one room school house, all from the 1885 era. Two museum buildings house many items that portray historic ag life, from machinery to many household items. The display includes 40 tractors, 1918-1960; 30 combines, pull type & self-propelled; and 8 threshing machines.
The Park hosts several events through the year, including a Spring Crank Up! Tractor Show in April, Corn Picking in September, and Tractor Cruises.
The Park Is Located at Alta Vista, KS
The Ag Heritage Park is located in Northeastern Kansas, at 103 South Main, Alta Vista, Kansas, just 15 minutes south of I70.
Buildings are handicap accessible.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
AG HERITAGE PARK
Spring Crank Up!
Saturday, April 18, 2015
SCHEDULE YOUR VISIT
To schedule individual tours, or bus tours, contact Hazel Zimmerman at 785-482-3865 or 620-767-2715, or Kirby Zimmerman at 620-767-2714. Admission: Donations appreciated for upkeep.
Ag Heritage Park is a 501(c)3 nonprofit museum, so your donations are 100% tax-deductible and are a valuable tool in helping preserve early ag life in mid America. Please make your gift today! Your donations may be mailed to Ag Heritage Park, 1128 D Avenue, Alta Vista, KS 66834. Thank you!