Have you ever thought of taking a tour to the factory? If not, then you can give a try to this educational tour. Yes, every trip teaches us something. While, this educational trip will help you to know how these big things are manufactured or so! Here are ‘Top American Factory Tour One Can Pay A Visit To’. Note, taking special consent well in advance to visit this site is essential.
- Boeing Factory
Its Factory is housed in the United States, and is the world’s largest building by volume. The Boeing’s aviation plant is located to 25-miles from north of Seattle. It produces 777, 787 and 747s and also considered for manufacturing commercial jet. The factory is opened as a centre to the public.
The Factory of Harley-Davidson is located in Missouri, Kansa City. The factory is open for public to have a glimpse of assembly of dream bike. The cost of this factory tour is around $35.
- Airstream Factory
The Airstream Factory is located in Ohio at Jackson Centre. This tour is free of cost, no entry fee is implemented. To see the shiny Airstream trailers with various machinery assembling different part is full of enthusiasm.
The entry for this educational tour is $10 for an adult. The Fender Factory allows you to explore the guitar world. A guitar or music lover will love to visit this place.
- Ford Rouge Factory
The Ford Rouge Factory is renovated to the house F-150 assembly line in Dearborn, Michigan. A tour to this factory will cost around $16 for an adult.
- Huy Fong Food
The tour to this place starts from the premises of the factory. If you are quiet lucky can be able to catch the delivery trucks, which are filled with red jalapenos, which are considered as the prime ingredient to the food item. The free tour is conducted from Monday to Friday.
- Washougal Weaving Mill
If you want to catch a glimpse of classical spin, to weave garments or blanket, then visit to Washougal Weaving Mill is totally worth. The mill offers free visit for weekdays. It is considered as classic Pendleton mills which offers quality of products.
- Ben & Jerry
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The Vermont’s Green Mountain offers a great backdrop to the factory. The factory is located in environmentally friendly place. One can walk through ‘flavor graveyard’ to enjoy the essence & flavor floating around!