Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Hundreds of antique engine and tractor collectors are expected to attend the 36th annual Antique Engine and Tractor Show Thursday, Sept. 5 through Sunday, Sept. 8 at the Michigan Flywheelers Museum in South Haven.
Giant steam traction engines, old antique tractors, parades, entertainment and more are all on tap for the Michigan Flywheelers Museum’s 36th annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show that starts Thursday, Sept. 5
Touted as one of the largest shows of its kind in the state, the four day event, which runs through Sunday, Sept. 8, features displays of antique farm equipment, demonstrations at the sawmill, shingle mill and blacksmith shop, a large outdoor flea market, consignment auction, kids’ activities, tractor pulls and plenty more.
Saturday is considered “Kid’s Day” at the show. Activities start with a Kiddies Pedal Pull at noon, a sawdust pile treasure hunt at 3:30 p.m. and the John Dudley Magic Show at 7 p.m. Tractor games will be held for those children who have access to riding lawn tractors, and returning again this year is the “Kids Night Time Lawn Tractor Cruise” on Friday and Saturday.
One of the popular activities for young and old is the “South Haven Tractor Cruise.” Scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday, participants drive tractors of all makes and models into South Haven, cruise along the South Beach, and then stop downtown for an evening of dining and shopping.
Thursday – Saturday
8 am to 8 pm
8 am to 4pm
$7 per person. Children under 12 years old free with adult. Thursday is Seniors Day- admission $3 for 62 and over.
Location:Michigan Flywheelers Museum
06285 68th St.
South Haven, MI 49090
Contact:Cost: $7 per person. Children under 12 years old free with adult.
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Michigan Flywheelers Museum
Organization: Michigan Flywheelers Museum
Organizer Phone: Not Provided
Organizer Email: [email protected]
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