The SAME DEUTZ-FAHR Museum aims to preserve, promote and disseminate the history of a company that, since 1942, has played a major role in the field of tractors, agricultural machinery and diesel engines.
Opened in 2008, the Museum tells the story of the evolution of mechanization applied to agriculture, from the Cassani tractor (1927), one of the first in the world to work with a diesel engine, to vintage agricultural machinery by SAME, founded in 1942, and by other different brands (Lamborghini Tractors, Hürlimann, DEUTZ-FAHR).
Alongside research and conservation, education is one of the missions that the Museum carries out by developing temporary exhibitions, guided tours and educational projects in collaboration with training institutions. Contemporary tractors are exhibited next to vintage machinery; a trail that can be accessed at three different levels: tractors and agricultural machinery, tractors and technologies, manuals and business communication. The Museum annually enriches its collections to reach researchers and students, customers and sales of the SAME DEUTZ-FAHR network, fans from around the world.