The old Fläming farmhouse, which now houses the Zahna Farm Museum, covers an area of 1800 square metres. The residence of the four-sided yard was built in 1730, and today a museum is housed in the barn and stables, forge and farmer's house from the 1920s. The Lanz-Bulldog tractor exhibition is definitely worth a look, as are the old GDR production tractors. The collection of different agricultural equipment and machinery from the last centuries shows how much agriculture has developed over the past hundred years. In the residence, visitors can gain an insight into the everyday life of a farming family at the beginning of the last century. Documents and historic objects tell the history and development of the town of Zahna in the local history parlour.
A parlour in the farmhouse has seating for 50 people and is a pleasant place to catch your breath. The farmhouse parlour can also be rented for private and company parties and celebrations.