Tractor pulling? No, then try a tractor tower ...
... and the world’s largest collection of Ferguson tractors and agricultural implements.
Continue in the afternoon 2.5 kilometres south of Stourupvej at Denmark's Ferguson Museum,
which houses the world’s largest private collection. Throughout his life, Henrik Nielsen, who owns the museum, has collected over 250 tractors, implements and other vehicles - most of which are the Ferguson make. “The little grey”, as the Ferguson tractor is popularly called, has played an important role in Denmark’s development as one of the world’s leading agricultural societies. You could almost say that the characteristic tractor with the small front wheels is a piece of real Danish cultural heritage.
Take a guided tour with Henrik and hear all the fun and quirky stories about the small machine, or explore the large collection, which contains everything from Ferguson tractors from 1919 onwards, military tractors, old steamrollers, vintage cars, mopeds and custom-built machines that you certainly haven’t seen before! Experience, for example, the amphibious “Rubber Duck” tractor that can float.
We can guarantee that machine-happy children will have a fantastic experience here at the museum!
Please note, however, that the Ferguson Museum has neither a playground nor a café, and be careful around the machines. There is a larger outdoor seating area where you are welcome to enjoy a packed lunch and drinks.