The John Deere Pavilion in downtown Moline, IL

      John Deere Pavilion

      John Deere Attractions Closed Through March 31 – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

      Effective March 16, Deere & Company is closing all U.S. attractions

      • John Deere Pavilion and John Deere Store; Moline, IL
      • John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum and John Deere Store; Waterloo, IA
      • John Deere Historic Site; Grand Detour, IL
      • World Headquarters Display Floor; Moline, IL

      In addition, all factory and facility tours continue to be closed. Gold Key programs will be at the discretion of the factory, dealer, and customer. This closure is effective through March 31, 2020.

      The fun awaits!

      Climb into the cab. Sit in the driver’s seat. And test your skills in state-of-the-art simulators. Explore some of the biggest John Deere machines — from combines and dozers, to excavators and swing machines — and learn how they change lives around the world. At the John Deere Pavilion, you get behind the wheel of innovation!

      Children looking at agriculture machines at the John Deere Pavilion


      Tractor, combine, dozer — sit in the cab of some of John Deere’s biggest machines. Learn about how they move, are built, and are making an impact in our world.

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      Memories. Collect over 180 years of them in our legacy area. Learn about John Deere, the man, who used his skills and knowledge as a blacksmith to change farming. And get a sense of how John Deere, the company, continues to innovate today.

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      Family fun

      The only requirement for kids inside our doors — BE A KID. Climb on board. Pretend you’re driving. For extra excitement, test your skills in our state-of-the-art simulators. Customers train in these before tackling the dirt on the jobsite.

      While you’re here

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      Free admission

      Because we’re proud of our heritage and encourage everyone to share in our storied history, each John Deere Attractions Site is open to the public and completely FREE.

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      Regular hours:
      Monday: 1pm–5pm
      Tuesday–Saturday: 9am–5pm
      Sunday: Closed

      Holiday hours:
      Closed New Year’s Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve

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      Conveniently located across from the TaxSlayer® Center, the John Deere Pavilion offers easy parking and quick access to local restaurants.
      Check the map.

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      Contact us

      John Deere Pavilion
      1400 River Drive
      Moline, IL 61265
      Email Us

      Kids getting off the bus and are excited to go to the Pavilion

      Unforgettable field trips

      During the school year, special tours are available for day-care and school groups of all ages! Choose between our Scavenger Hunt, Farm to Table, or History of John Deere and the State of Illinois tour programs.

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      Experience the Discovery Zone

      Eight exhibits, interactive technology, and a variety of hands-on learning activities encourage visitors to explore the world and use creativity to learn. And it’s not just for kids — adults are always welcome to play, too!

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