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Free Community Event - Steam Day 2021!

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Neal Agricultural and Industrial Museum

5507 Snyder Country Road

Trinity, NC 27370

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Come enjoy an all-day FREE event 9am - 5pm with fun for the whole family! Enjoy live music, 4 museums, and live demonstrations using steam!

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MUST REGISTER ONLINE, REGISTRATION IS FREE! Come enjoy an all-day FREE event 9am - 5pm with fun for the whole family! Enjoy live bluegrass music performed by Flint Hill Bluegrass Band - a local favorite! Enjoy a ride with the whole family around the Estate's farmland! Tour our John Deere museum with over 26 fully restored tractors and antique farm equipment. Visit our Steam Room complete with multiple steam engines, 1890s DC Dynamo/Edison generator from Pinehurst NC, and 1920s boiler from P&P Chair Company. Steam demonstrations with sawmill exhibit and steam whistle! Tour our original farmhouse from the early 1900s with all original furnishings! All exhibits and museum sites are FREE for children and adults!

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5507 Snyder Country Road

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Organizer Linbrook Heritage Estate

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Linbrook Heritage Estate is privately owned by Mr. and Mrs. Neal whose ancestry on the land can be traced back over 250 years as subsistence farmers. First and foremost, the estate is a working farm and forest. The Estate's mission serves to preserve North Carolina's farming heritage and industrial legacy as well as conserve the forests and farm land.

Mr. Neal leveraged his family's farming heritage and his own success as an entrepreneur to invest in and create the estate. Mr. Neal holds patents within the farming industry, co-founded one of the largest semiconductor manufacturing companies in the world, and is a recipient of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by the Governor of North Carolina.

In addition, the Neal's philanthropic giving targets organizations helping children with rare cancers and life-threatening illnesses. The Estate is majestically situated in the heart of North Carolina with rolling hills and views of America's oldest mountain range, the Uwharrie Mountains. Linbrook Hall is the centerpiece of the estate known as "The Giving House" with over 36,000 sq ft, 4 full floors, and 5 different event spaces.

Linbrook Heritage Estate is open year-round for Group Tours and as a Private Event and Wedding Venue. Located conveniently off I-85 in Trinity, NC just minutes away from the Triad, and close to the Triangle and Greater Charlotte areas.

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