Factory tours make for typical field trips for school children. If you are an educator in Ohio (homeschooling parents apply) looking for field trip ideas, this is a great list to bookmark or pin to your Pinterest board for future reference. Note: I did come across at least one tour that is not offered to children.
I verified to the best of my knowledge the correct links to the websites and, in some cases, to the tour-info pages.
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20+ Companies to Tour
Jackson Center: Airstream (get tour info here)
Columbus: American Whistle Corp. (get tour info here)
Anthony-Thomas Candy Company (get tour info at this link)
Graeter’s Manufacturing (I’m not sure if they offer tours in-person but they have videos here)
Krema Nut Company (tours only for ages 21 and older and by appointment)
Bluffton Slaw Cutter Company (no current website could be found to confirm)
Millersburg: Bunker Hill/Heini’s Cheese (get tour info here)
Logan: Columbus Washboard Company (get tour info here)
Bucyrus: Cooper’s Cider Mill, Apple Butter & Jelly Factory (get tour info here)
Tiffon: Crystal Traditions of Tiffon (see tour info here)
Guggisberg Cheese Factory (website is here but I could not verify tours)
North Canton: Harry London Chocolates/Fannie Mae (get tour info here)
Greenville: KitchenAid (see tour info listed here as #5) <–that was a hard link to find
Cambridge: Mosser Glass Inc. (see tour info here)
Dalton: P. Graham Dunn (see info on visiting store here)
Schwebel Baking Company, Cuyahoga Falls , Solon and Youngstown (See info for an online tour here; about a year or two ago our homeschool group did an in-person tour of one of the factories. Call to verify if this is still offered. It was a very good tour.)
Bryan: Spangler Candy Company (see tour info here)
The Longaberger Company, Frazeysburg AND Newark (tour info here)
Utica: Velvet Ice Cream Company (get tour info here)
Dover: Warther Cutlery (get tour info here)
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