The collection is displayed to the public at Ein-Vered, in the Sharon. The place is shaded with plenty of parking space, and equipped with toilet facilities.

The site is open to the public every day except Wednesdays 08:30 - 13:00; Saturdays and Holidays: 09:00 - 14:00
During weekdays, visits for groups of 25 persons (or more) can be coordinated with:
Erez, phone 052-2452457, or with
Baruch phone 050-9273733.
Admission fee:
Individuals: 25 NIS per person
Groups of 15 person or more: 20 NIS per person
Children under the age of 18 months: free admittance
Complementary warm drink included.

A generation which renews and produces would not discard the heritage of generations. Such a generation checks and examines, from near and from afar. At times it clings to existing tradition and adds to it. At other times it digs up heaps of discards to reveal the forgotten, to remove the rust and restore to life ancient traditions which in turn sustain anew that generation's soul.

Berl Katzenelson. Revolution and Tradition, Tel Aviv, 1935.
The tractor in the Sand Box
To all the lovers of Meir Shalev book 'The tractor in the Sand Box' - 'Uncle Aharon' (the story's protagonist) is working every Friday at the museum, and is looking forward to your visit.
volunteers needed
Mechanics and electricians and volunteers for management, organization, and guidance Tel. 052-2452457
Personal stories on agricultural tools, pictures, items to display - all are welcomed and will be given appropriate credit.