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The museum has approximately 1,300 rare and unusual farm and household items dating from 4,000 BC to the 1940s or more than 6,000 years.

Visitors can learn about early farm life as our nation grew while gaining hands-on experience with the history of agriculture and household equipment by turning the cranks and moving levers.

We are located on the Ag Progress Days site in Rock Spring, PA.

Overview of the Penn State Pasto Agricultural Museum and demonstration of a 1905 Panama Hay Press.

The mission of the Pasto Agricultural Museum is to provide the general public with an understanding and appreciation for early agriculture and rural life especially in Pennsylvania and the northeastern United States.