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I went here to a meeting yesterday and had the privilege of a quick tour by Charlie. They had a large variety of antique items and equipment. I have been to the Thresherman's show for years and had never stopped. I look forward to coming...More
I have attended several shows like this and this was by far the most impressive. Lots of tractors and equipment from the past to admire. The grounds was full of campers and people enjoy the activity. We didn't get to see the plow demonstrators but...More
everything is so well displayed. the information is wonderful on the county, how people lived and survived , the tools they used, how our community looked in those times. It is well worth the time to go through it. I am planning on returning to...More
We live locally and my 4 year old LOVES the "barn museum". We have been visiting the museum quarterly and try to visit for every event - especially the Old Fashioned Christmas. We love the model train sets and the Christmas decorations. Charlie and Mary...More
Pinckneyville is a basketball town with its tradition dating to the 1940s and 1950s. That's why I first visited the southern Illinois community several years ago. But southern Illinois is all about farming and the Illinois Rural Heritage Museum at 187 Fairground Road in Pinckeyville...More
Stopped in here today with my family. Even though we lived in this town our whole life, there is so much more to learn about farming and life in the early 1900s then we ever could have known! Charlie and Mary Greer (the directors) are...More