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Keystone Tractor Works

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Love this awesome collection of tractors and cars!! Friendly staff and a very clean facility... read more

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Suffolk, Virginia

We took our almost 5 year old grandson . It was amazing, over 90, 000 square feet of tractors... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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880 W Roslyn Rd, Colonial Heights, VA 23834-3547
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Reviewed yesterday

Love this awesome collection of tractors and cars!! Friendly staff and a very clean facility. This is a must DO in Colonial Heights.

Thank engineerpat5290
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We took our almost 5 year old grandson . It was amazing, over 90, 000 square feet of tractors, semis , fire trucks, police cars, tow trucks etc,etc. All with signs, telling stories, history. Incredibly clean and shiny. We were in awe!! Can't wait to...More

Thank debbie h
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Right off of I-95 and across from South Park Mall in Colonial Heights, is one of the neatest museums you will go to in the area. Tractors, cars, trucks, signs, bottles, and all things neat! Sibley's BBQ runs the café so it doubles as a...More

Thank Stace L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Large selection of tractors of yesteryear. Also nice selection of cars and trucks. Friendly and helpful staff. Plan on spending a couple hours as much to see and most have descriptive plaques. Easy to get to right off exit. Would return

Thank Va5traveler
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Who would have thought that looking at antique tractors and other old vehicles could be that interesting? Well it was pretty good even for someone who was dragged kicking and screaming to visit. Worth the trip!

Thank Dizymaus
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Probably had passed dozens of times and had not noticed it right off the side of I-95 S. Antique tractors, something over 150 of them, restored to like new condition and most look to be in running condition. Add in a few dozen 18-Wheelers a...More

Thank JS-VA
Reviewed June 16, 2018

The largest part of the collection is tractors and trucks. I have not seen such a large collection like this. If you are into tractors and trucks, you need to stop in to this place. Very nice people running the place. I had hurt my...More

Thank Randy V
Reviewed February 25, 2018 via mobile

This place is quirky in a good way. It’s like someone combined their passion for vehicles and glass bottles, bought an old warehouse and turned it into a museum. Free postcards in the gift shop. Military receive $1 off with ID.

Thank Devon B
Reviewed February 23, 2018

Lots of vintage tractors, even a racing tractor!! also have vintage cars and trucks. We spent several hours here looking!!! And when we were hungry, Sibley's BBQ was great!!! also great prices on their BBQ's

Thank 278kentm
Reviewed February 18, 2018

There is so much to see, not just tractors and trucks. So plan on spending the day to see it all if you have never visited the Keystone. Don't worry, there is a great restaurant right on the premises. You can take a break grab...More

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Response from jbharp | Reviewed this property |
They are in process of opening a BBQ type diner. As far as I know you do not have to pay the entrance fee to museum to eat there. Check their website or Facebook page for more details.