The Collin County Farm Museum is dedicated to restoring its rural heritage. On Wednesday & Saturday visitors witness the restoration process of various projects.
Jeff Phelps and
Roger Meier have recently completed the restoration of this 1948 Massey Harris tractor.
Here's a video of the tractor in action.
The staff of the Collin County Farm Museum are currently in the process of digitizing the
oral history tapes. We are looking for people who are willing to transcribe them. If you are interested in helping us preserve our oral history collection, please contact Jennifer Rogers, 972-547-5752 or
Oral History Collection includes tapes from Clifton Haggard, Levi Caruth, Bid Daddy Summers, Eddie "Sarge" Stimpson, Wanda Fisher, Wallace Christian, J.W. Baxter
The Collin County Farm Museum welcomes any individual interested in working on restoration projects with us. Those looking to gain or improve their skills and experience work closely with senior restoration volunteers.
For updates on Restoration Projects check the
Collin County Farm Museum Facebook.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, donating an artifact or historic photograph, or providing financial contribution to the Collin County Farm Museum, please contact
Jennifer Rogers, Museum Coordinator at 972-547-5752.
Donate Your Time
The Collin County Farm Museum has a variety of projects and events throughout the year which require the help of
Currently, our most popular volunteer project is the ReStore Exhibit. Here, volunteers of various levels of skills and experience restore historic farm vehicles and equipment.
Donate Your Antiques
The Collin County Farm Museum knows how important your antiques are to you and your family. Your heirlooms tell the story of your family and are physical receptacles of cherished memories.
This is why the Farm Museum seeks to collect, preserve and restore historic artifacts to ensure those stories are shared with the public.
The Farm Museum is also looking to increase its collection of historic photographs. For more information, please see
History Through a Lens.
Donate Your Support
The Collin County Farm Museum seeks financial contributions to assist with restoration projects, exhibits and educational programs.
The Collin County Farm Museum
is undergoing changes to its programs
and publications due to COVID-19.
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Collin County Farm Museum History Magazine