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The Austrian Agricultural Museum features tractors manufactured between 1910 and 1941, field equipment, and demonstration models collected by Martin Trausnitz.
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.
The Museum of the Vegetable Region maintains a two-hectare open-air museum that engages guests in historic and contemporary vegetable cultivation.
A protected archaeological site dedicated to experiential research in the Gallo-Roman era.
Located on a national heritage site, the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is the world’s only working farm in the heart of a capital city.
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.
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.
This foundation supports three institutions including the Estonian Agricultural Museum, the Farm Museum of C. R. Jakobson, and Tori Stud Farm
Etusivu Maatalousmuseo Sarka is the national museum responsible for agriculture, which was opened in the summer of 2005. Sarka conveys tradition and knowledge, gives experiences and opens up prospects for the future.
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.
The largest museum in France dedicated to agriculture.
The German Agricultural Museum at Blankenhain Castle features exhibitions and working environments focused on rural and farm life.
The Milton Keynes Museum is local history museum document rural and industrial life on and around Stacey Hill Farm outside Milton Keynes, England.
The Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) at the University of Reading uses its diverse collections to explore how the skills and experiences of rural people, past and present, help shape our lives.
INTACH began in 1984 in New Delhi to encourage heritage awareness and conservation in India. Today INTACH is recognized as one of the world’s largest heritage organizations, with over 190 Chapters across the Country.
Jærmuseet is a family of museums at 12 different locations across the Jæren region, that give an insight into agriculture and building traditions, industry and city history, aeroplanes and life by the sea.
Urras Achadh an Droighinn/The Auchindrain Trust
Step back in time and discover Scotland’s rural history at Auchindrain, the most complete and well-preserved example of a Scottish Highland farm township.
The central museum institution in Koroška, Slovenia, carrying out the public service of protecting movable cultural heritage in the twelve municipalities of Koroška, and also cooperating with Slovenes in Austrian Carinthia through special programmes.
This independent institute, founded in 2002, is the first "virtual" archives in Switzerland focused on collecting and disseminating historical research on rural society.
The Edison Institute, doing business as The Henry Ford began in 1929 as a tribute to inventor Thomas Alva Edison by industrialist Henry Ford. THF includes Greenfield Village, an open-air museum with more than 80 structures. One of these, Firestone Farm, interprets 1880s agricultural practices. The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation includes an exhibition on agriculture & the environment.
Howell Farm’s calendar reflects the cycles of a fully functioning, working farm in Pleasant Valley, New Jersey during the years 1890 – 1910.
The Livestock Conservancy exists to prevent the extinction of America's endangered livestock and poultry breeds.
Supporting the development of traditional skills, knowledge, and productivity around the world.
ALHFAM began in 1970, dedicated to sharing knowledge and skills with a diverse network of members, all passionate about participatory learning.
ERHFA is a membership-organization that facilitates access to historic films featuring rural and farm life. Cooperating institutions in Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, England, Ireland, France, Germany, and the Netherlands, have contributed more than 3,000 works, with 860 available online for viewing.
EXARC began in 2003 and has grown into a global network of professionals active in archaeological open-air museums and engaged in research through experimental archaeology, use of ancient technology, and interpretation of knowledge and skills to the general public.