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Why take a factory tour? Taking a factory tour is a great opportunity to observe how products are made. They are a great learning experience, often with an opportunity to sample the products right off of the assembly line. For example, if you take the Ben and Jerry’s Factory Tour in Stowe VT, not only will you watch the video of how the company was started, you’ll tour the ice cream plant, the lab where they create new flavors, and at the end, you’ll taste a sample of ice cream!
Whether you are looking for something to do on a rainy day, or just want to learn “how do they make that?”, why not add a factory tour to your itinerary? Most tours are less than two hours long, and are a great educational event for families, groups and school field trips. If planning to attend a factory tour with a large group, be sure to call ahead and make a group reservation. Individual visitors or small group walk-ins usually don’t require a reservation, but be sure to check the factory tour hours. Many tours are seasonal, or limited to week days. Another thing to note is that some factory tours are free, and others require an admission fee. Fees may vary depending on group size.
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Ben & Jerry's Homemade
Factory Tour in Waterbury, VT USA
Ice cream factory tour.
Kokomo Opalescent Glass Factory
Factory Tour in Kokomo, IN USA
American Whistle Corporation
Factory Tour in Columbus, OH USA
Bmw Us Factory
Factory Tour in Spartanburg, SC USA
BMW US Factory Tour.
Boeing Commercial Airplane
Factory Tour in Mukilteo, WA USA
Future of Flight - Aviation Center & Boeing Tour.
Born Free Motorcoach, Inc.
Factory Tour in Humboldt, IA USA
Free tour of Born Free Motorcoach factory.
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Factory Tour in Washington D.C., DC USA
Bureau of Engraving and Printing Public Tour Information.
Factory Tour in Cabot, VT USA
Cabot Cheese - Award Winning Vermont cheddar.
Celestial Seasonings FREE TOUR OF TEA!
Factory Tour in Boulder, CO USA
Free factory tour of Celestial Seasonings tea factory.
Factory Tour in Mount Holly, VT USA
Come watch Crowley Cheese being made by hand just as it was when Winfield Crowley began. Our landmark factory was built next to a small mountain brook in 1882 in the then-traditional post & beam fashion. Little has changed since then.
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