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Check the Rough and Tumble website for the weekends when the museum will be operating. The Rough and Tumble Engineers are mostly local folk who own and operate most of the machines stored here. I recall many of my friends working on their machines during...更多
After the great reviews I drive here to find it's only open certain specific days. It seems it's only open 7 specific show times. So check their website. It is a huge place, so weather should affect your decision to visit.更多
Hi Bob, We are open for 6 shows during the year. R&T is 69 years old and is the largest...更多
This is where time stands still. Go back in time and see how machines worked before electricity. The have an actual working Line-shaft machine shop in operation. Small to giant steam engines. I will be going back again soon.
Very enjoyable tour of early steam driven farm implements, rail and marine steam engines, and fixed position steam engines. A blacksmith school was taking place on the day I visited. Good to see people interested in how things were done in the past and willing...更多
We come here to the R&T often, about once a year, since our first visit over 30 years ago. My husband (whose profession and hobby is steam engineering and operation) has been here for the Thresherman's reunion but first time for me. It's usually a...更多
I happened upon the Rough & Tumble museum on their festival day! What a crowd and what an excellent demonstration of Steam powered machines. I was attending a woodworking workshop there and we were invited to tour the facilities. It is one thing to see...更多
This is really only open once a year with all the machines going, it's great for kids and the whole family. Interesting and loud, you will love it!更多
Thank you for coming out to Rough and Tumble. We are actually open for 6 shows during the year. Please...更多
On the 'event' weekends there is surely a lot to see and learn - but it is busy. The great local event is the Thresherman's Reunion. Certainly worthwhile, and the crowd of locals - including Amish make a trip especially rewarding.
This place is a great place to experience the farm and other machinery used in the 19th and 20th centuries, that made America great. Steam power of all sorts on display, with hands-on stuff for the kids, too.