Tuckahoe is a non-profit, all volunteer organization with thousands of hours of labor donated each year in the administration of the Association, to clear and maintain the grounds, to build and maintain the buildings, and to collect and restore the old equipment and display it so that future generations will be able to learn about their proud heritage.Take a look at our Easton trip planner to schedule your visit to Tuckahoe Steam and Gas Association and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
From the founders to the present, the Association's goal is to not only display the equipment, but to operate it during shows and reunions. This not only keeps the equipment from getting lost, it motivates the younger generation to participate, so they can learn the skills and crafts of their forefathers. Farming techniques and skills that once supported the rural communities will be handed down to future generations.
Collecting, restoring, displaying, and operating this equipment pays tribute to our forefathers, especially those who took part in the free enterprise system. Through their ingenuity, they developed the machinery that made the American farmer and industry more productive and safer, and reduced the hard labor required to produce the food and goods needed by the growing population.
Tuckahoe Steam and Gas Association reviews
This show is always a family favorite. From the very nice flea market to the great displays of tractors, horses, and equipment we always enjoy it. The food is reasonable and we usually stay for the.... more »
Really cool steam engines, a number of Other exhibits and some special events. Call for an appointment, it's worth it. They accept donations, and it's volunteer run. If you like history or old... more »
Wonderful,best entertainment around.For the admission price it is a bargain with all the activities and nightly music plus a huge flea market,you can't go wrong.
Its a beautiful place plenty of activities and just a great demonstration of antique equipment.
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