Indiana Attractions, Explore June 26, 2017
6 Fantastic Factory Tours You Can Only Take In Indiana
Indiana is full of unique places to explore – from incredible historical sites to gorgeous state parks to charming small towns. Indiana’s also home to some pretty unique factories that offer fantastic visitor tours. Here are 8 fantastic factory tours you’ll only find in Indiana.
1. Albanese Candy Factory Tour - Merrillville
If you love those perfectly shaped and juicy gummy bears from Albanese, this candy factory tour (and giant candy store) will be a dream come true. Get more details
and find it at 5441 East Lincoln Hwy, Merrillville, IN 46410.
2. Deutsch Kase Haus - Middlebury
Who doesn't love cheese? At Deutsch Kase Haus you can watch your favorite food being made, try our samples, and buy your favorite freshly made cheeses. You'll find this cheese factory at 11275 County Road 2, Middlebury, IN 46540.
3. Sechler's Pickle Factory Tour - St. Joe
Ever wonder how your favorite condiment is made? This local pickle production factory in St. Joe unveils all of its secrets in this amazing pickle factory tour. Check it out at 5686 IN-1, St Joe, IN 46785.
4. DeBrand Chocolates - Fort Wayne
If you love all things chocolate, this is the perfect factory tour for you. Learn more about how your favorite DeBrand chocolates are created, then try out some mouthwatering free samples and an array of chocolate drinks and treats immediately following your tour. Find it at 10105 Auburn Park Dr, Fort Wayne, IN 46825.
5. Mrs. Wick's Pie - Winchester
Every Hoosier knows the greatness of Mrs. Wick's homemade pies. The factory tour in this hometown pie shop will have you itching to try them all. You'll find it at 100 Cherry St, Winchester, IN 47394.
6. Not Just Popcorn - Edinburgh
Indiana has a reputations for making some truly awesome and unique popcorn varieties. Not Just Popcorn will take you on a short tour and allow you to pick your own popcorn flavors for a truly customized experience. Find them at 116 E Main Cross St, Edinburgh, IN 46124.
Have you taken any of these factory tours before? For another incredible tour in Indiana, check out this
ice cream factory tour on a local dairy farm.
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