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Larsen Tractor Museum
UNL East Campus
P.O. Box 830833
Lincoln, Nebraska 68583
Voice: 402-472-8389

Hours: 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. weekdays. Call for weekend hours.
Tours: Tours of the operational test lab are available.

The Larsen Tractor Museum is located on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln East Campus. From 33rd and Holdrege travel east two blocks turn north on East Campus Loop. Travel into the campus continue north on 35th to Fair. The Larsen Museum is the first left off of 35th and Fair Streets.

View exhibits of early hand tools dating back to the 1700s to modern day educational tractors. See the evolution of food production from colonial times through the introduction of diesel powered tractors.

Check out the tractor model that prompted the Nebraska Tractor Test Law and construction of the testing lab building in 1919, which is now the museum building.



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