A new agricultural museum is planned in Michigan that, when finished, would include a collection of 6,000 farm toys as well as displays on the history of agriculture and agriculture technology.
The Daily Telegram of Adrian reports the 30,000-square-foot museum would be built in Blissfield.
The museum is designed as three connected barns on two floors, with the upper mezzanine overlooking the entire main floor. The site is next to farmland, which could be used as a classroom setting and a demonstration farm.
At the heart of the museum, will be the farm toys.
Fundraising is now taking place for the project, which plans call for to be built at the site of the former Blissfield Canning Co.