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Tennessee Factory, Farm & Maker Tours Near You
Discover all the great factory and maker tours around you in Tennessee (TN). 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. George A. Dickel Distillery Tour
Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. is currently open Thursday-Monday. Distillery tours have resumed and the Visitor Center is also open for shopping and self-guided tastings. They are part of the Tennessee Whiskey Trail, which is made up of over 25 distilleries across the state.
02. Lucky Ladd Farms Tour
Spend a relaxing day at Lucky Ladd Farms, a 60 acre retreat in the beautiful countryside just south of Nashville, Tennessee near Interstate 24, 65 and 840. Experience one of Tennessee’s top agritourism destinations and learn about this first generation family farm while enjoying a wagon ride through the Cedar Glades, stroll the park grounds on a guided tour complete with live animal encounters, and reminiscence of simpler times to be treasured.
03. Bush's baked bean visitor center
The Bush’s Visitor Center nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Chestnut Hill, Tennessee, is where you can learn all about their history, beans and how we’ve spent the last 110 years spreading that good bean world.
The actual production plant is not available for touring, but this is why they opened the museum, which includes a movie theater and video that gives a wonderful “behind the scenes” tour of the manufacturing process.
DUKE: On occasion Duke will stop in for a meet and greet – when they know he’s stopping in, they will post on their Facebook page.
04. The Gibson Garage
EXPLORE. PLAY. SHOP.
Try out a guitar, take a lesson, learn about Gibson’s history, or see a live show on our stage.
Learn about the instruments Orville Gibson invented in the 1890s at his home workshop in Kalamazoo, Michigan — the brilliant tinkering that began the Gibson legacy.
Tucked into the heart of Music City, the Gibson Garage is a must-see, hands-on, can’t-miss mecca for pickers, shredders and any lover of American music!