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National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame

I-70 and Route 7, Bonner Springs, KS
+1 913-721-1075
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Endless antique examples of farm life and farming equipment from America's heartland. A MUST STOP WHEN IN KC.

I have been going here for years and it really does not matter if it is during the off season or... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
kennstransky
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North Haverhill, New Hampshire
Better for kids than adults

Tgis is the place to go if you are into old and antique farm equipment. It would be a perfect field... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2016
ShilohPuppy
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Blue Springs, Missouri
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  • Excellent14%
  • Very good49%
  • Average28%
  • Poor9%
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22 Oct 2016
“Better for kids than adults”
2 weeks ago
“Endless antique examples of farm life and farming equipment from America's heartland. A MUST STOP WHEN IN KC.”
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I-70 and Route 7, Bonner Springs, KS
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have been going here for years and it really does not matter if it is during the off season or during one of the many summer events. The slow times are great in that there is so much extra time to walk through the...More

Thank kennstransky
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

Tgis is the place to go if you are into old and antique farm equipment. It would be a perfect field trip for kids or for family outting for kids 5-10. It's a great way to educate kids on where their food comes from. Not...More

1  Thank ShilohPuppy
Reviewed 23 May 2016

We happened to be driving past on the way to the local golf course and stopped in ... this is not my normal word, but the exhibits were informative and opened up a world that was unfamiliar to me. Interesting.

Thank mshapiro99
Reviewed 24 March 2016

Driving to Lawrence from KC, we saw a sign for the "National Agriculture Hall of Fame" ... how could we not stop for that? So we detoured off the interstate and pulled into an empty parking lot. A very kind woman came out of the...More

Thank courtney w
Reviewed 25 February 2016

The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is a decent museum over a nice area of land. It has a memorial hall where you enter and then a variety of buildings that house exhibits related to agriculture. There is an area about chickens and...More

Thank jelico8
Reviewed 16 February 2016 via mobile

This offers a lot of unique exhibits about agriculture and farming. And even outside they have a barn full of equipment that you can look at and even touch. Plenty of parking and not too far off of 70. If you are into farming and...More

Thank Bernardo F
Reviewed 16 July 2015

I kind of liked it, but it is poorly thought out it basically is a wharehouse with things parked in it. Maybe some audio visual displays showing the machinery at work? I don't know, just not a place I would go to again.

Thank Rickontherange
Reviewed 26 May 2015

We didn't get to spend allot of time there because we got there fairly close to closing time. The exhibits were interesting but there were several items that were not marked and we didn't know what they were. A tractor on display had a flat...More

Thank Margie C
Reviewed 26 May 2015

Website did not list hours or admission fee. Admission is $5. Email them for open hours . On Memorial Day , except for 4 employees, we were the only ones there. Rather sparse displays spread over a large area. The old farm equipment is interesting...More

Thank spencers1621
Reviewed 26 July 2014

Having come from a long line of farmers, I never forget how much we must rely upon the farmers to feed us. The history of farming is something too many of us take for granted. This Center helps us remember. I'm also partial to the...More

1  Thank Kim W
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