Join in at the California Agriculture Museum for an afternoon of fun for the whole family. There will be special activities, guest exhibits, new attractions in the expanded play area, and great photo opportunities.
The California Agriculture Museum is home to the nation’s most unique collection of tractors and artifacts. Interactive exhibits tell the history of farm-to-fork, dating back to the Gold Rush era. Hear local storytellers boast of how California food producers did things bigger and better, evolving from horse drawn, to steam driven, to fuel powered machines, eventually becoming the state’s economic driver. Learn how farming brought a variety of heritages and cultures to one region, to prosper together in this bountiful land.
The museum is dedicated to enhancing understanding and appreciation of California’s rich cultural heritage through the presentation of its collection and rotating exhibits. The museum’s core collection was established by Fred Heidrick Senior and consists of rare examples of tractors, harvesters, trucks, autos, horse-drawn implements, and other artifacts that tell the California story. The museum continues to grow through the generosity of California growers and collectors.