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.
Please Consider Making a Donation
The Larsen Tractor Test & Power Museum is funded entirely through donations from generous visitors like yourselves. Please CLICK HERE to visit the NU Foundation website and make a charitible donation. 100% of your donation goes directly to the museum. Help us preserve our history for future generations.
Annual Friends Meeting Dec 7th
The Friends of the Museum are hosting their annual meeting on Thursday, December 7th at the tractor museum. This event will be open to anyone wanting to see what the future of the museum holds. A dinner will be provided with a freewill donation. Our guest speaker will be Pure Nebraska co-host Jon Vanderford. The dinner will begin at 6pm with the program to follow.
CLICK HERE to RSVP for the event.
Please Make a Donation
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.
Nov/Dec Closures: Nov 23-24; Dec 5-7; Dec 22-Jan 2
Regular Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed Weekends, Monday, and university holidays.
35th & Fair Street - UNL's East Campus (search "Larsen Tractor Museum" on maps)
The north accessible door entrance is now open, and those needing access may park north of the building.