The museum has been open since spring 2013 and displays almost 200 tractors from Europe, Canada, the USA and Australia on 10,000 square meters. New additions in spring 2017 include 100 classic cars and 50 motorcycles from the Fritz B. Busch automobile museum in Wolfegg. On display are the first attempts at motorization in agriculture and all facets of development in the pre- and post-war periods, using tractors and cars as examples. The museum offers a time travel through 100 years of city and country life: The rural life section takes you through a village with typical craftsmen such as a blacksmith, shoemaker and barrel maker; in the city life section you can see, among other things, a tobacco store, a kiosk and living rooms typical of the time. The museum is barrier-free. A restaurant with 200 seats is attached. During the main season the museum is open daily from 09:30 to 17:30.