Georgikon Farm Museum
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Georgikon Farm Museum information
Housed in several early-19th-century buildings of what was the Georgikon’s experimental farm, the Georgikon Farm Museum is the perfect museum for lovers of early industrial farming tools and farming techniques, with exhibits on the history of viniculture in the Balaton region and traditional farm trades such as those performed by wagon builders, wheelwrights and coopers. Highlights include 19th-cenury blacksmith tools and an enormous antique steam plough.