Hammond's Factory is a free tour of the hand made candy! It's not necessary to get tickets online ahead of time, unless you have a large party. The last tour does starts at 2:30 pm so be sure to get there before then. The tours are about 30 minutes long and starts with a 10 minute video introduction of the... 更多
Our family took the Hammond's candy tour in the fall of 2015 and it was wonderful! They show you an informative video, and then you get to see the process of candy actually being made! Our young children loved it! At the end, they take you to the gift shop that is absolutely brimming with tons of candies! We personally... 更多
Enjoyed seeing the manufacturing of the candy. The tour starts with a movie. During the tour, you can peer into the manufacturing area and the tour guide brings various things into view in a monitor on the wall. She explained processes and about the equipment. After the tour, she gave us a candy sample and we could buy additional candy... 更多
I am certain this is the place that the saying came from! Very cool to see how they make various types of candy and other products. Free samples at the end of the free tour! Even better is the store with discounted treats to take home! Load up your suitcase for friends and family!
I was looking for things to do on a day trip with my six year old daughter. I came across Hammond's candy factory. It is a very easy location to get to just off of I-25 & 58th ave. The tour is free and they have been making candy for about 90 years. The tour lasted about 30 minutes and... 更多
What do you do in late April when there is a snow storm and most the ski places are closed? You come here of course! We were so glad we found this gem. The tour was very interesting and the guide was knowledgeable. It was great to see how everything was made and we learned so much about how candy... 更多
Tours end early in the day so if this is on your list stop by before 2:30. The tour was quick, yet interesting. I was with someone who was fascinated by the process and loves cooking and baking so she enjoyed it more than I did. LOTS of small kiddos on this tour (candy shop- duh). I would recommend going... 更多
The tour is free and they give you a free candy at the end (misshapen or broken large candy canes on our visit). The tour starts with a video that I actually enjoyed and had most people in the room answering the rhetorical questions out loud. You then get to watch the factory through large windows or on a screen... 更多