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Regular admission rates apply
$9 adults, $8 seniors (65+), $3.50 3 y/o through 8th grade
Rotating monthly display of 3 vehicles supplied by the Early Ford V-8 Club
On display during the month of June – 1926 Model T “Silver Streak,” Thieman Ford Model A conversion tractor and a 1966 Ford model 4000 tractor
Get a close-up look at AutonomouStuff ‘s DARPA car on display at the Wheels O’ Time Museum in June. DARPA – Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Grand Challenge to develop autonomous vehicle technologies that could be applied to military requirements
The “Silver Streak” Model T Ford is on display in the Ford building during the month of June. On Thursday, June 20, come and listen to John Butte whose mom Regina Fennell (Butte) and his aunt traveled with other women in this car across the USA. These remarkable women known as “The Bradford Model T Girls” were way ahead of their time!
Outdoor display of vehicles through the ages from Ford Model T to Morton-based AutonomouStuff self-driving state-of-the-art Demo Car. Different cars on display each day.
See the beautiful tractors on display at the Wheels O’ Time Museum before they journey to the Princeville Heritage Museum on the morning of July 26!
Watch the tractors begin their journey from Wheels O’ Time Museum to the Princeville Heritage Museum!
Visit with a Civil War surgeon during your visit to the Wheels O’ Time Museum! Ron Kirchgessner portrays Major Richard Conover, Surgeon for the 108th Illinois. Major Conover, a native of Eureka, IL, served in the Civil War from August 28, 1862 until August 5, 1865.
Blacksmithing, live music, special exhibits and demonstrations