Order Your Legacy Brick
The Larsen Tractor Museum is in need of funds to continue operation. For just $150.00 each families, individuals, or companies can purchase a Legacy Brick to be displayed on the wall in the William Splinter Hall of Engineers. All funds raised will go directly to the museum's endowments which allow for day to day operations.
CLICK HERE to order your Legacy Brick and consider making an additional gift. The museum is a non-profit 501c organization so these gifts are certifiable donations. Contact the museum for additional information.
What's Coming Up at the Museum?
June 15-17 the museum will be at the Red Power Roundup in Grand Island, Nebraska. This national event will feature collections and rare examples of Case, Farmall, and International Harvester manufacturing.
July 8th will be our 100 Year Celebration, open to the public from 10am-2pm. The tractor test lab will be open and we hope to have as many tractors on display as possible. Anyone wanting to display their tractor/s is welcome to contact the museum for more information or REGISTER YOUR TRACTOR. We hope to see you there!
Admission is by donation. We suggest $5 per adult visitor, with the exception of UNL students and staff and military families and veterans.
The Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum is supported entirely through donations.
Visitor Parking: Parking spots are availible in the lot directly south of the museum. Bus/Camper parking can be found near the Nebraska Tractor Testing Lab northwest of the museum, they are not marked but there is room on the west end of the building.
CLOSED Friday, June 9, 2023 & July 14-28, 2023 We will reopen August 1, 2023
Regular Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed Weekends, Monday, and university holidays.
The north accessible door entrance is now open, and those needing access may park north of the building.