As part of our efforts to preserve vintage steam and gasoline-powered machinery , the U.P. Steam and Gas Engine Association established a permanent Agricultural Museum in 1986.
The Museum houses an eclectic collection of antique equipment and artifacts. We believe that these items are as much a part of America’s history as the hardy men and women who used them in forging this nation.
The Agricultural Museum is located on the U.P. State Fairgrounds, U.S. Highway 2 & 41, Escanaba, Michigan. We’re right behind the Delta County Chamber of Commerce building.
There is no charge for entering the museum. However, we do accept freewill donations.
We’re open from 1-4 PM every Thursday, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Also open during all Association events.
Guided and/or group tours are available. Select Antique Village exhibits may also open for scheduled group tours. Click here to request more information or to book a tour. Prefer to talk to a live person? Contact our curator at 906-789-1257.
Visit Our Sister Museum:
Tour the Veterans Museum and Marble Arms display located next door in the Delta County Chamber of Commerce building. Admission is free.
As a non-profit organization, the U.P. Steam and Gas Engine Association relies on the goodwill and generosity of people like you. If you wish to be a part of our ongoing efforts to preserve our past heritage through the donation of goods, services or financial support, please contact us.
Photo Tour of the Agricultural Museum