The Michigan Flywheelers Museum is a 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers dedicated to the restoration and preservation of antique gas/steam engines and tractors. Located on close to 80 acres, the museum features displays of old farm machinery, a sawmill and shingle mill along with “Old Towne” – a 1920s era community filled with businesses like Over The Forge blacksmith shop, Abbert & Sons Farm Machinery Repair and Old Tyme Jail.
The museum hosts three events every year – Farm History Day in May, the Swap Meet in June and it’s largest event – the Antique Engine and Tractor Show in September.
A fourth event – Christmas at the Flywheelers is held every five years.
The museum is located near South Haven, 2.3 miles east of the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan.
From South Haven, take Phoenix Rd (CR 388)/ exit 20 (I-196) east to 68th street. Turn south (right) at The Fun Park onto 68th. Driveway is located on east side (left) about 1/2 mile.
06285 68th Street,
South Haven, MI 49090
(Note that this is NOT our mailing address)