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Bayer Museum of Agriculture, Lubbock
(4.4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • It you love agriculture or no nothing about it, you will be amazed at all of the tractors and interactive displays that are available. It was very educational and I was amazed how time flew by. 
  • I went to this museum because I was raised on a farm, my dad had a farm machinery business, and I saw they had old tractors. I was astounded at the scope and variety of not only tractors but other ess...  more »
  • This museum more than exceeded my expectations! From the antique farm implements to the fascinating relics of life in a farmhouse to the educational (and fun) multi media exhibitions, this place gets ...  more »
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  • We took our 4-year-old there and he had a great time. Huge tractor collection indoors, and exhibits about cotton. There's a neat harvester simulator too. One potential issue for kid visitors- many things that should be behind glass are not, so you must look out if your little one tends to grab things.
  • It's a very fun place to learn the agriculture cultures in West Texas. Kids love this place.
  • I never knew this place existed until recently. This is a awesome place to see the history of agriculture. Going there again definitely!
  • Very clean, nice, and informative
  • Don't check out the American Museum of Agriculture... they purchased a pair of mules and euthanized them to create a display on agriculture. What a waste, let the mules do their job and teach people in real life what American agriculture is...