Tractors of Yesteryear

Tractors of Yesteryear (T.O.Y.S) is an antique tractor club whose center is Central New York and whose membership exceeds 200. T.O.Y.S. membership expands north to Sandy Creek, east to Norwich, west to Geneva, and south into Pennsylvania. Some long-time members live in Florida and New England. The T.O.Y.S. museum collection includes antique tractors, threshing machines, corn shellers, corn binders, ensilage cutters, stalk cutters, beet cutters, plows and many other items used on farms 50 to 150 years ago. The collection also includes butter churns, ox yokes, flat irons, shoulder water carriers, scythes, and cradles used in old rural America. The T.O.Y.S. collection gives life to the agricultural history of Central New York and all of rural America.

HOURS OF OPERATIONS

HOURS:

Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(Last admission 4 pm to ensure our visitors have enough time)

EXCEPTIONS:

Memorial Day - Labor day in addition to our regular hours we will be open on Sundays from 1pm-5pm with the last admission at 4pm.

CLOSED:

Sunday
Monday
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Eve Day
Christmas Day
New Year's Day

CONTACT US

ADDRESS:

4386 US-11
Cortland, NY 13045

PHONE:

(607) 299-4185

EMAIL:

cnylivinghistory@gmail.com

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