John Deere Pavilion

John Deere Pavilion Finds a Home for Historical Tractors

January 30, 2019

The John Deere Pavilion is home to everything from historic machinery to exciting demonstrations for attendees to enjoy during their visit to the venue. People of all ages can attend the Pavilion for free throughout the week, but what can they expect to see while they’re there?

Exhibits

There are eight exhibits at the John Deere Pavilion featuring interactive technology and a variety of hands-on learning activities. Furthermore, they aren’t just for kids – adults are invited to participate as well!

A Fresh Look For The John Deere Pavilion

March 20, 2012

 

New John Deere Pavilion

The John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Illinois, underwent a major redesign project during the cold winter months in preparation for the company’s 175 anniversary, as it reopened in mid-February with a variety of new exhibits and products on display.

According to a company release, the reopening showcased the near total transformation of the visitor experience at the site. Though the outside of the building looks the same, the scope of the renovation is immediately apparent once the visitor looks inside.

John Deere Enters The Guinness Book for Project Can-Do

January 27, 2012

After 308,448 cans of food were neatly stacked at the John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Illinois, John Deere entered the Guinness Book of World Records. The record was for the largest sculpture ever created from canned foods. Although breaking the record was appreciated, the real victory was contributing to a local community in need. The following are images that depict a great architectural and civil achievement.

Project Can- Do Coverage

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Take a Trip to the John Deere Pavilion

October 4, 2010

John Deere Pavilion

John Deere Pavilion

The John Deere Pavilion was created to commemorate the past, present, and future of agribusiness.  This interactive pavilion includes actual John Deere equipment, creating a unique, hands-on and climb-on experience for visitors from all over the world.  Located in Moline, Illinois, the pavilion is right near John Deere Worldwide headquarters – another must see for the avid John Deere fan.