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Cruise the Mississippi River in Moline

Radisson Hotel on John Deere Commons-Moline offers a prime location near attractions that cater to the tourist who seeks out casual settings as well as the traveler who prefers classy events. Spend the afternoon learning about the success and legacy of John Deere at John Deere Pavilion, and later, attend a convention at the iWireless Center. Both venues are adjacent to the hotel so you can spend less time commuting and more time enjoying the experience. For an unforgettable journey down the Mississippi River, get your tickets for a Celebration Belle Cruise, which features creative themes like country, Broadway, Christmas and Oktoberfest.

See and do new things at these nearby attractions:
  • John Deere Pavilion (adjacent to hotel)
    If you think the John Deere Pavilion is essentially a tractor garage, then it’s time for you to discover the history, advanced technology and strong work ethic that have majorly influenced this company that’s more than 170 years old.
    Phone: +1 (309) 765-1000
  • Celebration Belle River Cruises (1.9 miles)
    Offering dinner cruises, all-day voyages and themed excursions, this 770-passenger paddlewheel boat offers memorable experiences for the whole family on the Mississippi River.
    Phone: +1 (309) 764-1952
  • Rock Island Arsenal (2.1 miles)
    Explore this 946-acre island on the Mississippi River and visit historic sites like the Colonel Davenport House and the Rock Island National Cemetery at the Rock Island Arsenal.
  • Family Museum (4.8 miles)
    Wander the 10,400-square-foot exhibit hall with your kids and explore unique displays like Fox Hollow and Lil 'Ssippi River Valley. There’s also an outdoor playground, where kids can run, swing and slide.
    Phone: +1 (563) 344-4106
  • Black Hawk State Historic Site (5.7 miles)
    With picnic shelters with stone fireplaces, hiking trails and playgrounds, this 208-acre park offers a woodsy landscape amidst Moline’s urban setting.
    Phone: +1 (309) 788-0177