Museum and Event Destinations
The Heidrick Ag History Center
is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing people’s education, understanding and appreciation of the rich heritage of agriculture and transportation.
The collection of Antique Tractors and Trucks introduces visitors to vintage iron horses and mechanical equipment. The exhibits honor our agricultural and transportation heritage. Two main galleries feature the Fred C. Heidrick Antique Ag Collection, and the Hays Antique Truck Museum. Each gallery traces mechanization of the past, while it showcases the genius of our forefathers. Visitors Can tour the main gallery on their own or make arrangements for a tour group.
The museum, courtyard and event center is a cornerstone of Historic Woodland, and a destination for private and public events and meetings. It is a breathtaking backdrop for any occasion.
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June 8th Exhibit Critique
The Heidrick Ag History Center is looking for groups and individuals to critique our upcoming exhibit, Tomatoes: The California Story on Saturday, June 8th beginning at 10am. Participants will be taken on a docent led tour, then asked to fill out a framework form detailing their experience. Space is limited, so please make a reservation with Event Coordinator Rachael Ryen at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 530-666-9700.
Member Reception and Exhibition Opening
The Heidrick Ag History Center’s annual member reception is a thank you to our members for their generous contributions, involvement and support throughout the year. We are launching our newest exhibition, Tomatoes, The California Story, which features two of the earliest mechanical tomato harvesters, and a turn of the century transplanter. We invite our members to join us on June 11th at 6pm in the museum’s courtyard for an evening of tomato-themed food, wine tastings and celebrity docents!
If you are not currently a member please consider becoming one by downloading a membership form and returning it to 1962 Hays Lane Woodland, CA 95776.
Coming this Fall!
Do you have what it takes to be Lord of the Gourd?
Join us on Saturday, October 12th as teams compete for that very title! To view this unique event, tickets are just $10, or buy a combo pack with tickets to Punkin Smash Bash and Punkin Chunkin. For those who want to be a part of the action please download the following rules and regulations Punkin Chunkin Rules, then call the number listed to get registered.
Visit us at the museum
We are open Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm.
Making Tracks Book
Available for $34.95 plus tax
Making Tracks presents new scholarship on the evolution of the Best, Holt and Caterpillar tractors by Ed and Sue Claessen.