Should have read the reviews first but the brochure looked really good. We buy this brand back home in Texas so this was our choice. I expected to see the trees and maybe a covered bridge. The Maple Museum is a bit worse for the wear. A very short video tells you a bit about the making of syrup and... 更多
Maple production is a seasonal endeavor. If you go in early spring during sap production, the sugaring operation is in full force, but let's face it, it just involves boiling water-like sap. Most of the reason for going to Maple Grove is the gift shop. They do produce an impressive array of maple products, like candy, salad dressings, etc. and... 更多
Who knew? The largest producer of maple products. Started in 1915 and still going strong! And in a small town, a great employer - double win! The maple industry is heavily regulated in order to maintain high standards. Here you'll find a great gift shop of all things maple, including Maple Grove dressings and mixes. Plus the best, in my... 更多
Stopped in to look at the products they offered. There is a little history given at the property on the production and the company. Definitely worth the stop. We chose to purchase the Maple and the Citrus Vinaigrette. We had the opportunity to try the Maple at a banquet function, and it was delicious. Great to purchase products you wouldn't... 更多
As others have noted, the museum part of this place is rather small and underwhelming. There is a building with an evaporator and videos that tell you about the production of syrup, also a video inside the main gift shop, neither of which will take too long to watch. But the gift shop does offer a decent selection of syrups... 更多
My first step into this place and all of the heavenly scents of maple come through into your senses. Love it. I find maple cookies, syrups and a variety of items . I never leave without a purchase.