The Westlock and District Tractor Museum Foundation is a registered non-profit society of Alberta and a registered charity with the Canadian Revenue Agency.
The Canadian Tractor Museum preserves, portrays, and interprets a Canadian point of view on the history of tractors and related equipment. We have over 90 restored tractors, 30 stationary engines, hundreds of toy tractors and implements, and many other artifacts all relating to our agriculture heritage.
The Westlock & District Tractor Museum Foundation was formed in 1999 with the vision of developing a world-class museum in Westlock, Alberta dedicated to vintage tractors. The museum opened for the first time in 2002 after the Tractor Show and has been acquiring new displays ever since. The collection is housed in a 20,000 square foot facility which is located on the west side of Westlock, directly across from Mountie Park. It is designed to accommodate future expansion. In 2006, the Foundation added a storage building for steam engines and extra tractors. The facility enables our community to preserve a large part of the area’s rich farming history, and prevents the loss of local collections of historical significance to collectors in the United States and Europe.