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31 Jul 2007
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Vermont Factory Tours
Factory Tours USA is a web site which lists manufacturing facilities open to the public. The factory tours in VT page begins with Ben & Jerry's ice cream here in Waterbury. It is the number one tourist attraction in VT and last year hosted 275,000 visitors with its famous half hour tours.

Food processing is big business in Vermont, so you will find the "manufacturers" here make cider, cheese, chocolate, and beer. And naturally, because of all the trees, there are wood product manufacturers too. Take a look at the list before your travel to VT and you will probably see a manufacturer you would like to visit.

Note: this list is very good but not comprehensive. There are a number of glassblowing studios for instance, (admittedly, they are mostly one person craft studios) not just Simon Pearce as listed on the website.

(c) 2007 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus
posted by  grunhaus at  21:28