The Zagray Farm Museum is a nonprofit educational farm museum located in eastern Connecticut, operated by the Quinebaug Valley Engineers Association Inc. (QVEA), a nonprofit 501(c)3 Connecticut corporation established in 1993. Our goal is to provide a place where the public can visit and explore the ways people in the late 19th and early 20th centuries conducted life in New England, and the evolution of machinery during a period when hand labor was gradually replaced with mechanical devices, as well as a place for individuals interested in the restoration and collection of antique engines, tractors and a variety of 19th and 20th century machinery. The museum is at 544 Amston Rd (SR85) in the towns of Colchester and Hebron Connecticut, and encompasses nearly 200 acres of picturesque land, which is a combination of woodlands, fields and a large marsh. There is an abundance of wildlife on the property including turkey, fox, deer and a variety of birds and waterfowl. There are several original buildings which include the Zagray family homestead, dairy barn, machine shop, foundry, antique sawmill and various sheds. Join us in helping to preserve and pass on to future generations the wonders of the Zagray Farm Museum.
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