Jelly Belly Factory, Fairfield, California
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Julie Vail-Freedman and 2 other parents have been here
The Jelly Belly Factory has daily tours, which are free, that take visitors along suspended walkways over the rooms where the candy is manufactured, stopping from time to time to watch video segments about what is going on below.
Tips for Families
Address: 1 Jelly Belly Ln, Fairfield, California 94533| Map
Hours: Mon-Sun 9 am - 5 pm. Closed New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
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Salt Lake City, Utah
- Visited: July 2012
- Submitted: Mar 4, 2013
- Traveled with:
Tots (0-2), Little Kids (3-5) and Big Kids (6-8)
Great place for Jelly Belly loversFlag review
It is a lot of fun to see every step of the Jelly Belly process. Besides getting to see the factory floor, they also show videos at every stop to see up close how the jelly beans are made. They also have portraits made out of Jelly Bellys. At the end, you get your own package of jelly beans and you are deposited into the Jelly Belly store.
Tips for Families
While you are behind glass walls, the factory is still very noisy. Strollers are easily pushed through the tour.
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A fun family time, especially if you love food or a bit of U.S. history. Free tours of the Jelly Belly factory, including free samples throughout. My favorite part was the downst...
Great Place For Kids
If you have kids they will love this place, The tour is very interesting and informative and it last about an hour plus at the end you have a chance to pu...
What an inexpensive, educational and entertaining event to take the entire family! The factory shows you how Jelly Beans are made and how they became popular. Make sure to go on a weekday so that you can see the factory in prog...
Every visit (usually leading a field trip) has been fun. The kids always enjoyed the tour very much especially the free samples at the end. They have great guides th...