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The name of the place is the National Farm Toy Museum, why would most of the items be reproductions or replicas. I made the effort to go there and paid the admission, and expected to see real vintage farm toys, Not repos, Not collector show...More
My husband has a toy tractor collection so I thought he might enjoy the museum. Interesting place with toys that you wouldn't see. It brought back childhood memories for the husband. Beware that the other side of the building is the community gym so there...More
Brought my 3 and 5 year olds here. I really enjoyed the exhibits, very interesting. As it turns out, they are far more interested in toys that they can PLAY with. Congratulations to our friends, Gerry and Alice Schneider for having the largest collection of...More
This has to be one of the largest display of farm toys in one location. They show a long history of those hard working farmers who have fed our country for decades.
Even myself, who was raised in the city, I found it quite interesting....More
I have been collecting farm toys my whole life, i really enjoy coming out to this place. You can learn a lot here, from how they made a toy 50 years ago to how many of a certain toy were produced, etc. large showing of...More
Another stop on my trip through Iowa.....very, very interesting, and a joy to see all the toys and tractors and stories. Great for any ages and there some things for kids to play with as well. So very informative about toys, tractors, and farming. A...More
Waited years to go to this museum . Once lived about thirty plus miles away and heard wonderful things about it. Took us moving to another state to finally come see .
The kids would have loved this at a younger age. We liked it...More