Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Made In America Event?
For many years, the Made In America Event has taken place over four days each June offering a behind-the-scenes look at the making of some of America's favorite products, providing hands-on demonstrations or offering educational presentations at a diverse collection of businesses.  

Due to public safety concerns surrounding Covid-19, our 2021 event has been altered from the in-person model of the past and expanded to a full week. We are pleased to offer a hybrid event this year representing industry, artisans, food and drink, as well as historic locations – with in-person tours and demonstrations as well as online programming and classes. This will allow participants to participate at a level they are personally comfortable with.  

Do I need to make reservations?
Please refer to the individual listings for details on reservations, size limits, etc. Reservations are not always required. However, some locations do ask that you call ahead to reserve space. Please carefully review the listings for the locations you wish to visit. Those that require reservations will be noted. Those with no reference to reservations generally take visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Is there an admission charge?
There is no overall admission charge for York County's Made in America Event, but a few of the sites do charge nominal fees to help offset operating costs. Unless otherwise noted, the tour or attraction is free. 

What should I wear?
Layers and comfortable shoes are recommended, but avoid sandals, flip-flops and high heels because safety regulations at some locations forbid them.  

Where do I turn if I have questions?
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