The Lincoln Children’s Museum (, in collaboration with the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation, is set to host an exciting Ag Day Celebration March 19 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. This event, open to the public and free of charge, promises a fun-filled evening for families and children eager to learn about agriculture.

Real Nebraska farmers will be present, engaging with young participants by hosting various activities and answering their curious questions about farming and agriculture. From showcasing the intricacies of farm life to explaining the importance of sustainable practices, these farmers will offer valuable insights into the agricultural world.

Adding to the excitement, there will be a real tractor on-site, providing children with the opportunity to get up close and personal with farming equipment. Additionally, attendees can enjoy a range of fun activities including cow pot planting, games and more, all designed to educate and entertain.

This event serves as an excellent opportunity for families to connect with the agricultural community while fostering a greater understanding and appreciation for the vital role agriculture plays in our daily lives. Don’t miss out on this engaging and educational Ag Day Celebration at the Lincoln Children’s Museum!

The Lincoln Children’s Museum invites children to create, discover and learn through the power of play. Every visit, membership, donation and in-museum purchase helps to support their mission. To learn more, visit