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John Deere Pavilion

The John Deere Pavilion is open!

We’ve created a brand-new experience featuring new and vintage equipment, interactive and immersive exhibits, and a few surprises.  Come discover how John Deere forges the cutting edge every day. 

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Innovative Products

Tractors, sprayers, construction equipment, lawn tractors and more. And they’re smarter than ever. Learn what they do and how they impact our world.

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Heritage

See vintage machines up close and explore interactive exhibits. Discover how our heritage connects us to our future.

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Be the Spark

Sit in the cab of some of John Deere’s biggest—and smallest—machines. Draw inspiration from the stories of our employees and customers.

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Visit John Deere Mobile Guide

The FREE interactive John Deere mobile guide features audio tours, photos, video, selfie filters, and virtual reality experiences at the John Deere Pavilion, John Deere Historic Site, John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum, and John Deere World Headquarters, as well as a behind the scenes look at artifacts, documents, photos, and art from the company archives.

Download the app on the Google Play Store here Download the app on the Apple App Store 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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Hours

Sunday: Closed 
Monday: 1pm-5pm 
Tuesday-Saturday: 9am-5pm

Closed

New Year's Day – July 4th
Thanksgiving – Christmas Eve
Christmas Day – New Year's Eve

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Directions

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

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