Another attraction is a small museum of agricultural tradition, housed on the first floor of the side barn. There is a collection of about 1,000 objects representative of all that was furniture, equipment and instrumentation work and daily life of the Venetian countryside of those times. Assembled with patience, these objects form a collection that perhaps has no equal in Veneto. There are tools used by woodcutters and carpenters, tools needed to work in the fields, the furnishings of the peasant houses, kitchenware: branches, andirons, pottery, forerunners machines to make butter, pressure cookers etc. One section is dedicated to weaving, with a number of sewing machines, looms and clothes. Finally there are carriages, wagons, plows and harvesters, placed in the “orchard”.