The Canadian Tractor Museum sits on just under 6 acres in the Town of Westlock, AB. The Westlock & District Foundation entered into a 100 year lease with the Westlock Agricultural Society in 1999.
The main building is 20,000 square feet. It holds the main gallery in the back which has over 75 fully restored full sized tractors, several steam engines plus a mezzanine with smaller artifacts & engines. The front part of the building holds a smaller front gallery with 7 fully restored tractors, miniature toy tractor collections plus other displays, the meeting room, small kitchen, bathrooms, storage, office and small gift shop.
Outside is a 10,000 square foot Pole Shed being used to store numerous unrestored artifacts and a second smaller Pole Shed covering Bernard Wiese’s saw mill. As well there are numerous unrestored tractors and farming implements. 2020 will see a new building going up to display all our small engines. And plans are in the works to create an outdoor walking trail highlighting our outside artifacts with directional & interpretation signage, shrubs, plants & trees. And hopefully a designated picnic site and dog run.
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