• Slider 6 – Steam-Up Driver
  • Slider 3 – Trolley
  • Slider 2 – Gears
  • Slider 5 – Shop
  • Slider 4 – Steam-Up Russell
  • Slider 1- Caterpillar Tractors



Antique Powerland is open for one more day this season, October 23, from 9 am to 4 pm. Come see a hand-carved historical farm scene showing the changes from horse-farming to tractor- farming in the visitor’s center. Walk the grounds and see outside equipment – the stream-traction engines, tractors, trolleys and train cars. No fee- donations accepted.

Planning a car show, a wedding, a class reunion or another group activity for the spring or summer? Consider renting the grounds at Antique Powerland… an affordable venue with plenty of parking. The museums are likely to be open to add entertainment and education for your guests. Add in rides on the trolleys and/or the 1/8 size railroad for a complete experience.

Contact: office@antiquepowerland.com

Thanks for your support and patronage this past year.

Now hiring: Executive Director

The Antique Powerland Museum Association is seeking an Executive Director. Applicants must have experience in managing non-profit corporations, preferably museums or educational organizations. Incumbents must have excellent “people skills” and capable of achieving complex objectives requiring support from organizations not within incumbents authority. Candidates with advanced degrees in business management, public administration and museum management are especially desirable. Application deadline is November 30.

Interested parties should apply to: ExecSearch@antiquepowerland.com

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Many thanks to Mark Moore for his years of designing and maintaining our old website. Mark will continue to make contributions to this website and maintain our Facebook page. Thanks also to Neal Layton who hosted our site for many years and also worked on the website.