The collection of historic tractors includes some magnificent pieces.
The oldest is a Fordson from 1917.
It also includes some “Hot Bulb” Landinis, the famous pride of Italian engineering in the 1950s.
Inside the museum, which is situated in an ancient granary, the tools which have been used over the centuries to work the land of San Leonardo.
These range from grain to silk production and above all those related to viticulture and the wine making.
Marquis Carlo, with the help of the Trento Museum of the Risorgimento, created a historical archive of documents from the Estate dating back to the 1500s and original transcripts from the 1200s through to the 1960s.
It is an important archive still being studied in order to understand life in bygone eras.