Agriculture Hall of Fame
630 Hall of Fame Drive
Bonner Springs, Kansas
The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is a museum and educational facility. It includes the Hall of Fame, a Museum of Farming, and a rural village.
The 20,400-square-foot (1,900 m2) Museum of Farming opened in 1967. Much of the museum's 30,000 artifacts, including an extensive collection of farm implements, are housed there.
Farm Town, U.S.A. is a recreation of a rural village which opened in 1968. It includes a blacksmith Shop, general store, poultry hatchery, railroad depot, and other structures and items from the past.
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