Museum and Event Destinations
Roll On In
We are rolling out a new plan. While we close a portion of the Museum, we’ll be working on some new exhibits. In the meantime, new artifacts continue to arrive and you’ll see something new in the courtyard, sculpture garden, and the Museum.
We’re expanding educational opportunities that highlight California agriculture and a cultural trend of cooperation and entrepreneurial spirit that helped fuel sciences, mechanization, transportation and experimentation. Turn of the century innovation made California a leader in food production which continues today.
The Heidrick Ag History Center is a Museum dedicated to enhancing peoples understanding and appreciation of California’s rich cultural heritage through the presentation of the agricultural collection. The Museum’s core collection was established by Fred Heidrick Senior and consists of the rarest examples of tractors, harvesters, trucks, autos, horse drawn implements and other artifacts that elaborate on the California story. The Museum continues to grow through the generosity of California growers and enthusiasts. As a result we are hosting more events that bring the collection to public view.
Roll on in to capture a glimpse of the culture of agriculture and invite your guests.
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News10 “This is Home” Segment
Rusty Lucchesi (and Blondie) are featured in the above News 10 “This is Home” clip talking about the Heidrick Ag History Center as a community of growers and collectors. Please enjoy and share!
Newest Exhibit: Tomatoes, The California Story
The Heidrick Ag History Center recently unveiled its newest exhibit, Tomatoes, The California Story. Come visit this exciting exhibit, see the UC-Blackwelder #104, and take an audio tour on your cell phone. The exhibit highlights California innovation in the tomato industry, so show your own support for the culture of agriculture by taking a docent-led tour today!
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.
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We are open Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm.
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.