June 13-16, 2018
Planning is in the making!
On June 13-16, 2018 the Made in America Tours Event will celebrate its 20th year and we're working to make it full of exciting things for you to do.
This annual celebration is fun for the entire family and offers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of your favorite products. You'll step onto expansive production floors and into visitor-friendly artisan shops for a first-hand look at the American craftsmanship that makes York County so special.
Please check back as we build the list of activities for the Made in America Tours Event 20th Celebration.
Alpacas of York 445 Blossom Dr, Mount Wolf, PA 17347 717-495-8979 www.alpacasofyork.com Visitors can enjoy and mingle among our herd of alpacas on the farm and learn more about these ...more»
Bluett Bros Violins produces handmade stringed instruments including the violin family, as well as mandolins and guitars and various Baroque instruments. The tour includes an overview of the art of ...more»
Brewery Products is a beer wholesaler delivering Anheuser-Busch, Yuengling and numerous local, regional and national craft brews throughout York, Adams, Franklin & Fulton Counties. Family owned since ...more»
At George’s you’ll be transported to a different world where furniture is made by craftsmen who take pride in their work. Each piece created is one-of-a kind. Enjoy watching handmade furniture being ...more»
! H&K Woodworking Central Market York, 34 W Philadelphia St, York, PA 17401 717-577-0874 Facebook.com/hkwoodcraft Come explore the world of custom built and hand carved furniture. Avid ...more»
Journey through the facility that produces the Touring, CVO™, and Trike models. Both Classic and Steel Toe Tours are available. Please reserve Steel Toe Tours and Classic Tours for groups of 10 or ...more»
Indian Steps Museum is one of the first Native American Museums in the United States. The cabin in which the museum is housed is a 104 year old architectural gem constructed in the Arts and Crafts ...more»
Journey in time to 1915 when Muddy Creek Forks was a thriving community centered on the Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad. Take a 45-minute motorcar train ride through the scenic Muddy Creek Valley. ...more»
Martin’s is known for hand cook’d “Kettle Cook’d” potato chips, and Bar-B-Que waffle chips and fresh buttered popcorn. A family owned business in operation for over 70 years. Come enjoy a close-up ...more»
Microtrac helps companies all over the world develop, measure, and improve their products by supplying total solutions in particle characterization. Manufacturing particle analysis instrumentation in ...more»
Miller Plant Farm 430 Indian Rock Dam Rd, York, PA 17403 717-741-2631 www.millerplantfarm.com Miller Plant Farm is a family-owned farm, serving home gardeners and commercial farmers since 1928. ...more»
Take a trip back in time at the National Watch & Clock Museum. Thousands of historic and modern timepieces await your discovery. See the Monumental Engle Clock in operation! Tour Availability: ...more»
Oakworks Inc. 923 E Wellspring Rd, New Freedom, PA 17349 717-235-6807 www.oakworks.com Oakworks is a premiere US manufacturer of medical, spa and massage products. Visitor will tour wood shop, ...more»
See milking and bottling facilities, pet calves, shop at our on-site farm store and enjoy our famous chocolate milk and ice cream that are made right here from milk and cream that came from cows you ...more»
Print-O-Stat, Inc. 1011 W. Market St, York, PA 17404 800-711-8014 www.printostat.com Tours will start every half hour beginning at 9 a.m. Visitors will receive a brief history of the company, as ...more»
History of business open 80 years. Tour of bakery and production of hand- made pretzels, samples on tour. Tour Availability: Wednesday: 9-11:30 a.m. Thursday: 9-11:30 a.m. Friday: 9-11:30 a.m. ...more»
America’s pretzel bakery since 1909. Come see how our pretzels are made. You’ll see our Work in Progress Warehouse, Finished Inventory Warehouse, Packing Room, Multi-Purpose Room, and Oven Room. The ...more»
Sonnewald Farm This farm is home to PA’s first solar residence. Hear the history, see the new research garden, taste, seasonal chemical-free fruits. Visit the natural grocery store (established in ...more»
Ride the rails that President Lincoln rode on his way to Gettysburg to deliver the Gettysburg Address and the trail voted number one in Pennsylvania. Steam Into History boasts an 1860s period steam ...more»
Stewartstown Railroad Company 21 W Pennsylvania Ave, Stewartstown, PA 17363 717-746-8123 www.StewartstownRailroadCompany.com Stewartstown Railroad has been providing passenger and freight service ...more»
Visitors will experience the creation of fresh natural homemade products made daily in our visitor-friendly kitchen. Tours on the hour every hour Wednesday-Friday. Last tour starts at 4 p.m. There ...more»
Take the UTZ “Chip Trip” where you can see and smell the making of the famous Utz Potato Chips. From an enclosed catwalk above, you can look down on the entire process from start to finish. This ...more»
Tours will start at 8 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. If you want to possibly help feed a baby calf, come at 8 a.m. or 5 p.m. All tours include the cow kitchen, birthing center, housing, ...more»
The mill originally constructed in 1826 has been renovated into a working grist mill. A docent will show you the inner workings of the mill and how the equipment operates. Displays on the second and ...more»
Woolen Mill Fan Company 290 Woolen Mill Rd, New Park, PA 17352 717-382-4754 Architecturalfans.com Woolen Mill Fan Company is a small studio that hand produces belt and pulley ceiling fans for ...more»
Discover the history of York County’s industrial heritage. Exhibits and artifiacts include locally made wagons, tractors, steam engines, and farm tools. Working industrial exhibits include a 72-ton ...more»
Observe Master Watchmakers and students restore all types of timepieces from treasured family heirlooms to modern varieties using tools and machines dating from the 1700s to the present. Tour ...more»
"We did a factory tour vacation and we loved it.
The price was great because just about every tour was free. Martin's Potato Chips was the highlight
of the trip. We can't wait to come back to do some of the things we couldn't fit in this trip."
A. Golub | Marlton, NJ