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Quaint little area off the main hwy. To tell the story of how the tractor was first made. The volunteer who provided the tour was friendly and very informative. At first I thought it was going to be a short tour but after a few...More
We were driving home from Decorah to the Quad Cities. I saw the museum sign and decided to stop. Denise was very welcoming as we entered the door. I had my seven and four year old with me. She was great with my children and...More
I only had about an hour of daylight after a very exhausting and long day hiking in and around NE Iowa and western Wisconsin and I passed this spot on my way into the area so I thought I'd stop by if time permitted; I...More
I grew up just a couple of miles from Froelich, Iowa. I remember frequently going to trade at the old general store with my dad. Back then I did not know the significance of this little town. This place brings back some good memories. Miss...More
I'm not a fan of tractors being a city girl but my husband wanted to stop by on a road trip to Dubuque this year.
A nice set of buildings and the docent, Denise, gave an in depth and interesting tour of the museum. She...More
My boys and I (ages 4 and 6) had the BEST time at the museum! Our guide, Denise, did a fabulous job of teaching and entertaining the entire group, which included many kids and adults. The schoolhouse and general store are amazing - I actually...More
Froelich is a tiny town in NE Iowa and is home to the first gas powered tractor. The restored General Store is a fantastic look back into local history and the restored barn is super. A great place to visit, off the beaten track.