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John Deere Land

410 Meesdim Road, Kfar Tavor, Israel
+972 4-677-2560
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CLOSED

Sadly for us, it no longer exists. Back to being just a large green and yellow building. Still in... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2016
Stanophile
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United States
via mobile
disappointment

today I took my 3yr old grandson for a fun day out only to find that John Deere Land was closed and... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2012
carole h
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Jordan Valley, Israel
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  • Terrible16%
22 Jan 2016
“CLOSED”
27 Oct 2012
“disappointment”
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410 Meesdim Road, Kfar Tavor, Israel
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+972 4-677-2560
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Reviewed 22 January 2016 via mobile

Sadly for us, it no longer exists. Back to being just a large green and yellow building. Still in Lonely Planet but clearly hasn't been operational for a while.

Thank Stanophile
Reviewed 27 October 2012

today I took my 3yr old grandson for a fun day out only to find that John Deere Land was closed and deserted - anyone know the reason why?

3  Thank carole h
Reviewed 2 January 2012

We spent three hours here - what a lovely place! As a British family, we are unused to the somewhat lax attitude to Health & Safety regulations - but what a refreshing and fun change! Our 4 year old son was allowed anywhere and everywhere....More

Thank Ella D
Reviewed 21 November 2011

We come from the Central Valley in California once a desert, irrigated and now blooms, so visiting this region of the Galillee, which was neglected by the Ottomans and British until Zionist settlers, removed rocks and stones and ploughed, planted an irrigated the soil and...More

Thank Partsman999
Reviewed 25 August 2011

This "Museum" has many real tractors for kids to climb upon, a virtual reality tractor driving ride, tricycles in the shape of tractors you can ride around the building, a small water slide, and a movie (which we didn't see but were told has no...More

Thank Daphnar
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