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- 1+ 43- 8Located 45 minutes west of Sacramento in northern California, tours of their working factory are free and last about 40 minutes.
- 2+ 25- 3Located in Waterbury, Vermont, the Ben & Jerry's 30-minute tour gives visitors insight to how their ice cream is created. Buy the the "package" tour, which included a Ben & Jerry's t-shirt, and try several flavors that are only available inside the factory, like "Vermonster."
- 3+ 32- 6Hershey's Chocolate World is complete with a Hersey ride, a 4-D tour, and even a studio where visitors can create their own chocolate.
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Louisville Slugger Museum and FactoryLearn how some of the greatest baseball players' bats are made, and get a free mini bat at the end of your tour.
- 5+ 20- 4This four-floor factory in Easton, Pennsylvania, allows visitors color, paint, and melt their way through the factory, where kids can color with glow in the dark crayons in the dark or paint with melted crayons for a whole new experience.
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U.S. Bureau of Engraving and PrintingAvailable in both Washington, D.C. and Ft. Worth, Texas, watch how cash goes from starting with giant sheets of paper to ending in individual bills in your wallet.
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Tillamook Cheese Factory and MuseumVisit the "home of the loaf" in Tillamook, Oregon, where in addition to eating all of your favorite cheese concoctions, including grilled cheese, you can enjoy a delicious scoop of Tillamook ice cream (some flavors are only available at the factory!).
- 8+ 11- 3The Vermont Teddy Bear Company, located in Shelburne, Vermont, watch how each individual bear is created at this "fun-stuffed Teddy Bear Factory."
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