Paquette’s Historical Farmall Museum
Paquette’s Historical Farmall Museum or “Stew’s” museum is located in Leesburg, Florida. There are a variety of tractors, farm implements, and other antique memorabilia on display.
Several of the guides at Stew’s worked for International Harvester in capacities such as dealers, mechanics, or manufacturers. Others have farming backgrounds and actually worked with many items similar to what we have on display.
Tours can last from 2-3 hours depending on the interests of the guests, pack a lunch and stay all day! Catered lunch can be arranged for groups of 20 or more for an additional fee. Meals are served in the Show Barn where you’ll be treated to a movie of International Harvester clips. You will also enjoy the atmosphere of the Show Barn which houses many antique signs and collectibles.
If some of the members of your family or group are not tractor lovers or were not in agriculture, they will certainly enjoy the beautiful museum grounds, fresh air, and welcoming hospitality and they may even spot buffalo or miniature donkeys who call the museum home!
Adults – $20.00
Military and Veterans – $15.00 with valid I.D.
Tuesday thru Saturday
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Last Entry – 3:00 pm
Image via Jared Atkins
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