Website: https://www.leiben.gv.at/Unser_Leiben/Europaschloss_Leiben/Oesterreichisches_Landwirtschaft_Museum The Austrian Agricultural Museum features tractors manufactured between 1910 and 1941, field equipment, and demonstration models collected by Martin Trausnitz.
Centrum voor Agrarische Geschiedenis (Belgium)
Website: https://cagnet.be/ The Agricultural History Center (CAG) preserves, studies, and makes accessible the history and heritage of agriculture, food and rural life in Flanders and Brussels since 1750.
Groentenmuseum Belgique (Belgium)
Website: https://www.tgrom.be The Museum of the Vegetable Region maintains a two-hectare open-air museum that engages guests in historic and contemporary vegetable cultivation.
Malagne Archeoparc de Rochefort (Belgium)
Website: www.malagne.be A protected archaeological site dedicated to experiential research in the Gallo-Roman era.
Canada Agriculture and Food Museum (Canada)
National Museum of Agriculture (Czech Republic)
Website: https://www.nzm.cz/en The National Museum of Agriculture began in 1918 as the Czech Agricultural Museum. The institution includes six historic sites, the earliest dated to 1848, and collections that help guests explore technology, rural life, hunting, forestry, brewing and more.
National Open Air Museum (Czech Republic)
Website: https://www.nmvp.cz/en/roznov The Wallachian Open Air Museum includes timber structures from the region arranged to guide guests through early rural life, village industry, and water power in mill villages.
Estonian Rural Museums Foundation (Estonia)
Website: http://www.maaelumuuseumid.ee/en This foundation supports three institutions including the Estonian Agricultural Museum, the Farm Museum of C. R. Jakobson, and Tori Stud Farm
The Finnish Agricultural Museum Sarka (Finland)
AFMA: Fédération des musées d’agriculture et du patrimoine rural (France)
Website: https://en.museesagriculture.fr/ AFMA exists to safeguard and promote rural heritage in all its aspects (traditional tools and agricultural machinery, rural architecture and landscape and intangible heritage). “Agricultural” is taken in the broadest sense here, including wine-growing, stock-breeding, the cultivation of textile plants, uses of the forest, hunting, fresh-water fishing, an so on, in all periods.