The Canadian Tractor Museum facility enables the community to preserve a large part of the area’s rich farming history, and prevents the loss of local collections of historical significance to collectors elsewhere.The Canadian Tractor Museum is a registered name in Canada and is a non-profit organization able to issue Registered Charity Tax Receipts and is operated by the Westlock & District Tractor Museum Foundation Board. The museum preserves, portrays and interprets a Canadian point of view on the history of tractors and related equipment. They have over 90 restored full-sized tractors, 30 stationary engines, 100’s of toy sized tractors and implements, 100’s of literature resources and many other artifacts related to their agriculture heritage. The Canadian Tractor Museum has world’s largest working weather vane at 50’ with a 1942 Model D CASE on top. Please stop by their website for more information on business hours and costs.