The John Deere Historic Site is celebrating the harvest season on Saturday, October 12 from 9am–5pm. At the annual Fall Festival, guests can decorate pumpkins, bob for apples, play a variety of old fashioned kids games and tour the grounds and exhibits while at the site. This year’s event will also feature covered wagon rides and a petting zoo with farm animals.
The John Deere Pavilion, Tractor & Engine Museum and Historic Site recently launched a new passport program. It’s designed to help guests commemorate their trips to visit John Deere by collecting seals and stamps in their personal passport booklet. Participation in the program is completely free and visitors earn gifts and discounts along the way.
Looking for fun, free, family entertainment? Check out the 2019 line up of special events at the John Deere Attractions and mark your calendars. Our full line of events has something for everyone!
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Each John Deere Attractions site is a destination in and of itself, but packaged together, they take travelers on a journey dating back more than 180 years. Plan your road trip today to see all we have to offer. Best part is, all John Deere Attractions offer free admission.