Tractor Show at museum

Last year's tractor show attracted a large number of visitors, young and old, who visited throughout the day.

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The Isle of Arran Heritage Museum will once again host its annual Tractor Show with an extensive display of mechanical masterpieces which are available for visitors to marvel at on the lawn.

The show, which takes place tomorrow (Sunday), will feature a  fascinating range of machines from vintage to modern, restored to original, and everything in-between.

Showcasing the advances in agricultural technology, the exhibition will take visitors on a journey starting from the introduction of tractors to all the way through to modern day monsters that feature sophisticated electronics and extraordinary capabilities.

In addition to seeing the vehicles – and possibly meeting their owners – there will also be a tombola, locally made burgers and all of the usual attractions of Cafe Rosaburn, the museum itself and the museum gift shop.

The museum and Cafe Rosaburn will be open between 10.30am and 4.30pm with the Tractor Show taking place between 12.30pm and 3.30pm.