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Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, Vista

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  • if you like old engines and farm equipment this is a must see. lots of things to see that take you back to the turn of the century  more »
  • this is one of my Favorite places our unit reenacts the civil war at great areas for the civilians and the military units and a very good battleground.. add to that all the Other things this fun place...  more »
  • Where should I start with my favorite place in town? I thought I should start here. I can easily say that this is my favorite place to relax on weekends and just take a deep breathe from school. This ...  more »
  • Went for an event - pretty hot and dry. Interesting if you're in to old engines, but if not it could be a long day. They do have a small train to ride like, which kids like, and a very small playground.
  • If you like tractors, model railroads, clocks and steam engines, you'll love this place. There's also a working blacksmith shop and a handweavers guild. Fascinating place!
  • A wonderful place to experience things the way they were done before. I can also personally recommend the blacksmithing course taught there
  • This place is big, lots of very interesting antique engines and tractors of all sizes. Lots of crafts, items sold by locals, a cute little train the kids can ride and you can enjoy live music while having a bite from one of the many vendors.
  • This is a big place, very cool and interesting for anyone. Very family friendly, food, music and lots of antique gas and steem engines.