The Michigan Flywheelers Museum is a 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers dedicated to the restoration and preservation of antique gas & steam engines and tractors. Located on close to 80 acres, the museum features displays of old farm machinery, a sawmill and shingle mill along with "Olde Town"- a 1920s era community filled with businesses like Over The Forge blacksmith shop, Abbert & Sons Farm Machinery Repair and Old Tyme Jail. The museum hosts four events every year - Farm History Day in May, the Swap Meet in Jun, Kids Lawn Tractor Day in July and it's largest event - the Antique Engine and Tractor Show in September. The museum is located near South Haven, 2.3 miles east of the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan.
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