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All reviews flavor graveyard ice cream factory tour scoop shop gift shop tour guide factory floor retired flavors minute tour short movie free sample at the end quick tour cherry garcia sundae spin art tasting room fun stop
We drove six hours out of the way to visit this but the drive was beautiful and totally worth it. We got to try exclusive flavours, find out the history, pick up some souvenirs and visit the flavour graveyard. I got a huge sundae to...More
This is the second time I've been here while in VT. I liked it for a couple reasons, including the fact that it is a fairly quick stop, adults are only $4 and it includes a good sized sample, and you get to learn more...More
This is a typical factory tour that is a combination of good information and sales pitch. The day we visited the factory was not running, but it doesn't appear we missed seeing much. The tour includes some bad jokes and a taste of ice cream....More
Perhaps choosing the day after Thanksgiving was not ideal but since we were on vacation and they are open all year we drove the hour to check it out. Upon arrival it was busy which was to be expected but tours were running every ten...More
Ok, so we were visiting Waterbury as part of a road trip through New England. We really enjoyed walking around the town and then our eye was drawn to a Factory Tour of Ben & Jerry's. For $4 how bad could it be? Really bad....More
We thought this would be a fun different type of visit. It was a money making machine full of coach tours and ice cream lovers. It was packed out, we had to wait 45 minutes for a "tour", if you could call it that, and...More
We love ice-cream, so the chance to take a tour of a Ben and Jerry's factory was too good to miss!
We visited in early November, arriving at 1:15 pm, and booked on to the next available tour, which was at 1:30 pm. I would...More
We arrived around 11 a.m., which was almost perfect timing ... the lines were much shorter for the factory tour waiting area. Save the ice cream eating until later and do the tour first. The tours were going off about every ten minutes ... line...More