Encompassing more than 125,000 square feet, Keystone Truck & Tractor Museum is no ordinary museum. It’s cool, it’s combustive, and guarantees to take you on an exhilarating walk down memory lane.
Experience the last century of agricultural heritage incorporating fully restored antique farm tractors, ongoing restoration projects and other farm related equipment. Keystone offers visitors more than the farm with a time warp of antique road trucks, classic cars, vintage gas pumps, oil cans, automotive signage, clocks, advertising posters of yesteryear and so much more!
Founder Keith Jones and museum curator Alan “Bones” Stone will delight you with their hospitality and appreciation of the rich heritage of agriculture and automotive transport. Hundreds of farm tractors are on display in this private collection dating back to 1917 through 1960. A time line of agriculture’s heritage with a beautiful award winning display of Deeres that features one of each of the twenty-eight John Deere two-cylinder models from the Waterloo Boy through the 830..
Keystone Antique Truck & Tractor Museum’s stunning collection features rare tractors such as the UDLX Minneapolis Moline (only 25 known restored today) and the Sampson Jumbo, Silver Kings, and a Graham Bradley farm tractor that was sold by Sears, Robuck and Co., and Allis-Chalmer’s. Plus a line up of the Massey Harris, Massy Ferguson, Farmall, Case, and Oliver farm tractors. Last but not least, the Cockshutt farm tractor showcasing the model 30, 40, 50 & 70.
Rooms in the museum can also be rented out as event venues, and can seat up to 200 people. You can also grab a hearty bite to eat during your perusal at the on-site restaurant, the Keystone Grill!