Have You Visited The Ag History Center Yet?
by: Staff –
If you’re a fan of all things “Ag”, then you may want to put the Heidrick Ag History Museum, in Woodland, CA on your bucket list of places to visit.
The museum has a rich collection antique farm machinery with everything from horse drawn farm equipment to antique tractors, harvesters, trucks, and implements that will leave you scratching your head and wondering, “I wonder what the heck that thing is and what was it used for?”
The Ag History Center is a perfect destination spot for the whole family. It’s especially beneficial in helping young people gain a greater understanding of the rich ag heritage that abounds in our California culture.
Founded and established by Fred Heidrick Senior, the museum definitely fulfills it purpose in preserving rare pieces of California’s agricultural history for the viewing pleasure and educational experience of today’s modern farmers.
Additionally, the museum also serves double duty as an event center with a large banquet hall, beautiful garden courtyard and a new 45,000 square foot, East Wing grand exposition facility.
The Ag History Center and Museum is located at 1962 Hays Lane, Woodland, CA and is open to the public, Wednesday thru Sunday from 10am to 4pm. You can also visit them online at www.AgHistory.org