#37 National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame

The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame became a reality when the 86th Congress acted on and the President, Dwight D. Eisenhower, signed the act into law on 8/31/1960. This center serves as the national museum of agriculture and is a memorial to farming leaders. The museum was created by federal action, yet recieves funding from private sources. The shaping of Amreican is viewed here through farming, science and technology. The world’s future is being shaped through the understanding and appreciation of agriculture. The Center is open from mid-spring thru Nov. 30th. It is open from Tuesday-Sunday. Closed on Monday and major holidays. Check the web for times and events. Go to info@aghalloffame.com
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