Kovela Tractor Museum


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Kovela Tractor Museum covers in detail the mechanisation of agriculture. An extensive collection of tools and machines developed to facilitate various farm duties are displayed in buildings and warehouses at Kovela Farm: There are 120 tractors, over 40 engines, 100 chain saws, mowers and combine harvesters. There is collection of carriages and sleighs in the barn.

 

The main building, built in 1924, accommodates a crafts museum. The rooms are beautifully decorated to conjure images of life in times gone by. Rya rugs, other tapestries and a large amount of both everyday and special occasion home textiles are exhibited in the building. Various utility items associated with the farm are also displayed.

 

Address: Kovelantie 130, Nummi
Opening Hours: Tractor Museum all year Tue – Sun 10.00 – 18.00. Crafts Museum summer Wednesdays 11.00 – 17.00.
Enquiries: +358-(0)19 – 373 311, +358-(0)41 – 452 5180,
email: tuulikki.eloranta(a)kovelantraktorimuseo.fi
Entrance Fee: Tractor Museum 5 €, Crafts Museum 2 €. Under 15s free.
Links: www.kovelantraktorimuseo.fi
Temporary Exhibitions, events:
Other museums to visit: Nummi Homestead Museum, the Dairy Museum, Gårdskulla Agricultural Museum.
Services Coffee served to groups by pre-order.
Accessibility:  Partial disabled access