Harris Agricultural Museum

521 N Illinois
Atwood, IL 61913


About Us:

The Harris Agricultural Museum houses the most authentic agricultural display in the area. Our geographic location places us in the heart of the United States agricultural production sector.

Museum displays include antique tractors (1922-1937), Hit and Miss Engines and a 1919 Model "T" Ford grain/dump truck. Other items of interest include a 'Step Through' 1949 Cushman motor scooter and 1942 Military Harley Davidson motorcycle. Soil, tillage, harvesting and planting equipment are also on exhibit as are replicas of a 1920's farmstead kitchen, early grain elevator office and blacksmith shop. Other collections include gas measuring cans and antique firefighting equipment. Don't miss the one of a kind 1904 Whitman Haypress that was once displayed at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.

Contact us today for more information or to schedule a museum tour!

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