Step Back in Time at the 1930s Ag Museum
Housed on a private farm at the northern edge of Quincy, the 1930s Ag Museum invites you to travel back in time.
The museum focuses on the evolution of agricultural equipment and techniques throughout the years and how these improvements have made the lives of farmers easier and crops more productive. The collection features more than 45 pieces of antique John Deere machinery manufactured between the late 1920s to early 1940s, an authentic 1930s farmhouse replica and a timeline of agricultural equipment dating to 10,000 B.C.
The museum is free and open year round by appointment only. To plan your trip, call (217) 430-3036 or visit facebook.com/1930sagmuseum.