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Keystone Tractor Works LLC, Colonial Heights

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • So many tractors! We had no idea that farm machinery was this diverse. Great, economical place to take the family. 
  • So...even if you're not that into tractors this place is still amazing. The mere sight of a YOOOGE shed FULL of tractors is, in and of itself, just stunning. You are free to wander around about a bill...  read more »
  • My son is crazy about farming equipment and semis, so we planned a day here for him. Our whole family had a wonderful time. ....we spent the entire afternoon meandering through this museum and will de...  read more »
  • This is a 'top shelf' truck and tractor museum! If you are within hours of this place, make the trip to see it, you will not be disappointed. In addition, they just opened up a cafe/restaurant inside that is worth stopping just for the food. Even the gift shop is well stocked, not the usual cheap toys you find in museum gift shops. For the reasonably priced admission, you'll get your money's worth of entertainment if you have any interest in trucks, tractors, pickups, and old cars. DON'T MISS IT!
  • If you like old school tractors and restored cars this is the place for you. Even if you don't, you will after this great experience!
  • Amazing and very clean facilities.
  • The trip to this place was well worth it. My own family (wife, two the time a two year old and an almost one year old), along with my Mom and Dad, visited the area just to go here. Needless to say, we were NOT disappointed. My Dad grew up farming so he was very helpful in explaining the different tractors, trucks, etc. in the building. First off, the place is enormous. When you step onto the museum floor, the sheer square footage of the place and the immense collection of tractors is overwhelming. Ford, John Deere, Oliver, whatever, it's here. Almost as impressive (not nearly as big, quanity wise, but impressive nonetheless) were the older model trucks, cars, fire engines, etc. We visited in the hottest part of the summer (early August). If you visit the museum in the summer, prepare to sweat a bit. There are refreshments available in the gift shop (Nugrape anyone!?) to cool you down. Overall, a very very pleasant experience at an affordable price.
  • Old tractors and trucks perfectly restored. Lots of memories. Too bad it is not better known.
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