The John Deere Pavilion was reopened to the public on February 15, as the renovation of the site was recently completed in order to coincide with the company's 175-year anniversary celebration, according to a company release.
The release noted that the new experience will offer an up-close look at the company's global businesses and products, rich history and heritage and solutions for the challenges of providing food and infrastructure to the growing population of the world.
Interactive displays, original artifacts, used John Deere tractors and a variety of media help to engage visitors in a fun and exciting learning environment for the whole family.
"Today we reopen the doors to the John Deere Pavilion and offer the public a fresh, exciting, and entertaining experience where guests can learn more about how we are all linked to the land," said Sam Allen, chairman and chief executive officer of Deere & Company. "The Pavilion will provide a superb destination for customers, employees, and fans to celebrate their personal connection to John Deere."
The company's website noted that the Moline, Illinois site has tours and attractions for the whole family, as they can learn how the pioneers lived on the prairie or about the variety of John Deere farm equipment.