The Branson Auto & Farm Museum is dedicated to promoting automotive and agricultural history. The 90,000 square foot museum is divided into two halves; one houses classic and antique cars the other features farming equipment. The museum opened in 2009 and was originally solely a car museum. In 2010, the current owner bought it (after he bought a car from the museum). After a tornado destroyed the museum building, he vowed to rebuild and decided to add the farm portion because he had purchased tractors and other farm vehicles and equipment. Around 200 cars and 180 farm vehicles and equipment are on display.