December 1

9am–4pm

Holiday Celebration

John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum | Meet Santa Claus, make crafts, and enjoy the sounds of the season performed by local choirs.

March 18-March 22

9am–5pm

World’s Greatest Spring Break

John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum | A community celebration for local residents to visit the sites and attractions in their own backyard.

April 13-April 14

9am–5pm

Duck Hatching

John Deere Pavilion | Watch ducklings hatch before your very eyes!

June 8

9am–4pm

Farm Fun Day

John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum | Kids of all ages are invited to learn about life on a farm.

June 23

9am–4pm

Music & Crafting Through Time

John Deere Historic Site | Musical performances by local bands, pioneer-era crafting demonstrations, and food trucks.

July 20

9am–4pm

Learn & Play Day

John Deere Pavilion | Dozens of activities for kids of all ages, including a petting zoo, pedal tractor pull, gator obstacle course, and chores in Little Johnny’s Farm.

August 2-August 4

9am–5pm

Green Iron Days

John Deere Historic Site | Enjoy the sights & sounds of hundreds of pre-1979 machines.

September 7

9am–4pm

Heritage Tractor Parade & Show

John Deere Pavilion | Once a year we invite owners of heritage tractors of all models and colors to ride through the Quad Cities, display their machines, and share stories with our visitors.

September 8

9am–5pm

Grand Detour Art Festival

John Deere Historic Site | One of the largest juried art shows in the region, artists come from around the Midwest to display and sell their wares.

October 12

9am–4pm

Fall Festival

John Deere Historic Site | A celebration of the harvest season where kids can decorate pumpkins, bob for apples, ride in a covered wagon, or visit with farm animals.

December 7

9am–4pm

Holiday Celebration

John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum | Meet Santa Claus, make crafts, and enjoy the sounds of the season performed by local choirs.