Traktor Story
Traktor Story
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In an area that served as an intersection for communication and roads ever since, besides the Baredine cave as a natural monument, you can also visit an ethno story devoted to agriculture. It shows various items, machines and numerous photographs and documents closely linked to the history of this area and its people. The story starts with a threshing floor, next to which there is an exhibition on wheat threshing and the invention and development of threshing machines. The exhibition continues with a permanent exhibition of about fifty historic tractors and various types of engines called ,,Tractor story". Particularly prominent is an old Fordson tractor from 1923, the first tractor in our village, as well as an old engine with a heated head, which was used to run a mill in Porec at the beginning of the last century. In the exclusive area of the Konobon Gallery you can learn more about the story of the Mediterranean trilogy - bread, wine and olive oil, all present in this are from the period of Antiquity, the medieval period until the present moment. Along with these exhibitions, the central part is an area, where various other exhibitions are presented and the wine cellar where guest can savour authentic products of this area.
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Anna
Berlin, Germany13 contributions
Jul 2020
Very well maintained and heartful place. Fascinating and a must-see for everybody who is interested in old and new farming equipment and the history of agriculture. There also was a really nice inside part that exemplified the region's history with wine-making.
Written August 25, 2020
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James H
Ramsgate, England, United Kingdom9 contributions
Sep 2014 • Friends
Went to the Traktor Story near Porec and found a wonderful display of old tractors and farm machinery all well presented and displayed with descriptions of the exhibits in several languages including English. Well worth an hour or two for those with an interest in all things mechanical. The venue also has an interesting display showing the history of bread, wine and olive production through the ages.
Written September 16, 2014
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d0gwalker
London281 contributions
Aug 2019
With many of the tractors under shelters that provide some shade from the summer sun, you're not quite as sunbaked as you might expect. Children are allowed to sit in the driving seats of many of the tractors, although it can be a little tricky climbing into the seats.
Written August 31, 2019
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Stoffke
Antwerp, Belgium93 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
We were pleasantly suprised with this museum

It tell the story of the industralisation of the farms. You can see the history and touch the history ( kids may climb on all the machines ).

Very interesting and cheap ( if you combine this with the caves )
Written August 23, 2018
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Ирина Л
14 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
The place is very popular thanks to the wide assortment of attractions: if you're with a kid, go sit on the different tractors. If you're with older children, go walk along the big and deep and cool cave/grotta – it's situated just opposite the Traktor Story. If you're a wife and a mother – just send your folks to the tractors and just have rest at the little store at the entrance. Taste some local wine and olive oil with truffels, talk with nice girls behind the counters and buy stuff you'll never regret when back to the cold home – oil, wine, olive paste... and a wooden tractor (well, that one was an accident)
Written September 19, 2017
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Wiit I
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Jun 2017 • Family
I was there with my opa and papa, it was great to see all the old cars, i never oxpocted to have so many fun. I highly rokomont it
Written June 29, 2017
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markfried
Watford, UK72 contributions
May 2016 • Family
Granted it is slightly quirky but for 25kn worth a trip round. You come in and see a thresher (of wheat) and there is a button to start a threshing vehicle up. After that it is some tractors from round Europe and the one that seems to be their pride and joy from the USA.

There is also an gallery accessible from a path next to the olive pot that teaches about the history of farming and has various tools displayed.
Written May 9, 2016
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Williams_Mamma
Stourbridge, UK518 contributions
Aug 2019 • Family
... I think you’d really need to like tractors to enjoy this exhibition. Unfortunately, we were led here lemming-like by TUI on the way to visit the Baredine Cave and I don’t particularly like tractors!

Humph.
Written August 21, 2019
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mtducker
Chelmsford, UK111 contributions
Aug 2019 • Family
This was an unexpected addition included in our TUI excursion to the Baredine Caves.

We arrived and were welcomed by our guide who provided us with a history of Croatian agriculture and farming machinery.

We were then treated to wine tasting which was fab! And then we were back out exploring all of the different tractors and being allowed to take pics and sit on all of them.

A really enjoyable afternoon!
Written August 19, 2019
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Beki K
Birmingham, UK31 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
This was a part of TUI excursion to Baredine Caves and included wine tasting and live music entertainment.
I wasn't exactly thrilled to be going looking at tractors and it was just part of the excursion, but it actually turned out to be highly enjoyable and honestly really interesting. The guide was lovely and full of interesting facts. The wine tasting was excellent with cheese, bread, olives and sweets being included.
We were also allowed to choose any tractor we liked the look of and get on them for photos. Surprisingly enjoyable trip for my boyfriend and I, great photo opportunities and a chilled trip.
Written July 19, 2019
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