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All reviews potato chips self guided tour rainy day factory tour small bag gift shop at the end potato chip factory small sample free tour free sample at the end glass windows quick tour free samples chip making process maybe minutes interesting tour cape cod
We stopped here on the way up as something to do before we checked in to our hotel.
It is a self guided tour and it is not a long tour at all. It’s basically a hallway and you walk down, look in the windows...More
We love the chips and bought two t-shirts, but the production line closest to the tour line has been out of service for a while. You can't see anything through some windows except steam rising across the floor. Some live monitors would help. The posters...More
The folks who work at Cape Cod Potato Chips are friendly and helpful; even though it was a self-guided tour, they answered all our questions and made the experience extra-ordinary. The best part was sampling chips that had been made THAT morning. Fun trip--and it's...More
We could smell the product as we got out of the car! The whole tour was well sign posted, starting from the car park. The lady on reception was very welcoming and invited my husband to place a pin on the map as no one...More
We have been here several times.
It's self paced and free.
You get to watch the whole process of how one of the best potato chips are made.
At the end of the walk through you get a free sample bag.
Plus you can buy...More
This is a quick self guided tour through the potato chip-making process. It took us about 10 minutes. I don't suggest making a long drive to come here, but if you're already in the area definitely check it out. It's free, and you also get...More
This is a very quick self guided tour. There are signs along the way to explain the process of what is going on along the production line. It’s very warm inside but I’d imagine it has to be that way for quality purposes. My son...More
Response from Bennett1024 | Reviewed this property |
The "tour" that all are referring to is not much more than watching the production floor from.many windows. It can be as long or short as you want. There is opportunity to purchase product in a small store at end.