Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Made in America Event?
Made in America takes place over four days each June. Participants can offer a behind-the-scenes look at the making of some of America's favorite products, provide hands-on demonstrations or offer educational presentations. .
Would my children enjoy this?
Many of our tours are appropriate for children. Please refer to the official brochure for additional details.
Do I need to make reservations?
Reservations are not always required. However, some tours 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. Look for the admission icon ($) next to tours and attractions with admission fees. 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 many factories forbid them. Some tours require closed-toe shoes. If a tour requires items such as goggles or hairnets, they will be provided.
Where do I turn if I have questions?
Our travel counselors will be happy to help plan your York County experience. Call us at 1-888-858-YORK (9675) between the hours of 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. EST daily. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can Made in America accommodate group tours on motorcoaches?
Yes, but advance reservations are required for motorcoach groups. Look for the motorcoach icon (M) next to listings for tours and attractions that are ready to welcome your group during the event. To learn more, contact Danielle Sanders at email@example.com or at 1-888-858-YORK ext. 107.