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Missouri Factory, Farm & Maker Tours Near You
Discover all the great factory and maker tours around you in Missouri (MO). Industrial and food factories, farm and maker tours are becoming more popular as they provide hours of entertainment and are cheap and often free. Tours are great for creative date ideas and family adventures with many factory production lines surprisingly kid friendly and educational.
01. Boulevard Brewing Tours & Recreation Center
Kansas City, MO
At the Boulevard Tours & Rec Center they have tours for every occasion! Whether you’re looking to see the expanse of the campus with a public tour or want to dig a little deeper into brewing with an Unfiltered Tour or learn the beauty of beer and food with the Smokestack Tour.
02.CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE FACTORY TOUR
St. Louis, MO
Fulfill a childhood dream and visit the Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company factory, candy kitchen and world headquarters! The Abel Family opened their new plant in 2012 and offers FREE factory tours 5-days-a-week! They will take you down onto the factory floor so you can see, hear, smell and taste chocolates right in front of your eyes! They’ll show you the candy kitchen and chocolate enrobers – so you can watch the candy makers hand make chocolates right in front of your eyes! The Chocolate factory is becoming a popular St. Louis tourist destination, with over 50,000 visitors each year!
03. Herbaria Soap Tour
St. Louis, MO
You are welcome to take a brief tour of their soap-making operations any time you arrive. Learn the difference between detergent and real soap; synthetic fragrance versus essential oil. They can make it as simple, as technical, or as botanical as you like. Even kids enjoy learning about soap—its history, what’s in it, and how it’s made.
About: Inspired by a chemistry class and her own sensitive skin, LaRee DeFreece made her first batch of soap in 2001. After much research and experimentation, she created our basic recipe and named us Herbaria.
04. Boeing Air and Space History Exhibit
From biplanes to spacecraft, the Boeing Exhibit portrays milestone events and displays models of aircraft and spacecraft that played pivotal roles in shaping the history of aerospace. Visitors can view actual-size Mercury and Gemini capsules, large-scale models of some of today’s military aircraft, including the Eagle, Hornet, Apache and Air Force One, as well as rockets and missiles, and commercial jetliners. Hundreds of scale models, dioramas, paintings, photographs and videos tell the story of the companies that make up The Boeing Company.