Museum of Tractor History – Private Museums of Russia

Museum of Tractor History




Chuvash Republic

Contact information

Cheboksary, ul. Prospect Mira 1, building 2

Tel.: +7 (835) 263-22-94

E-mail: muzey@tplants.com

www.trackmuseum.ru

Operating hours

Monday–Friday: from 8:00 to 17:00

Saturday–Sunday: from 10:00 to 17:00

Ticket price

Adults – 125 rubles

Students – 75 rubles

Schoolchildren– 50 rubles

Pensioners – 75 rubles

Preschool children (from 4 years old) – 25 rubles

Heroes of the Soviet Union, Heroes of the Russian Federation, Full knights of the Order of Glory – free

Discounted tickets (disabled people from groups I and II, disabled children, orphans, employees of museums of the Russian Federation) – free

Tour services are provided daily (on weekends by prior request at least one day in advance)

Individual tour – 350 rubles

Family tour – 350 rubles

Groups of more than 10 people – 35 rubles per visitor

Director of the museum

Albert Nicholaevich Sergeev

Founder (Owner) of the museum

founder of JSC Cheboksary Aggregate Plant

Founded

2010

About museum

The museum’s expositions are located on an area of more than 1.5 thousand square meters. They give a complete picture of the history of the formation and development of the Russian and world tractor industry. The collection includes 50 rare wheeled, tracked, and industrial tractors, many of which are “on the move”. These vehicles include a Fordson, John Deere D, STZ 15/30, a station wagon, T-28, Porsche, FIAT 25, and many others. In a separate hall of the museum, a collection of 600 models of tractor equipment at a 1:42 scale is displayed. In total, there are more than 4,000 items in the museum’s collections today.

The museum’s activity includes:

– documenting the history of tractor construction;

– the search for and restoration of old technical rarities;

– excursion work;

– research work;

– conducting technical competitions on the basis of the museum, including the “Kulibin of the 21st century” homemade tractor festival.