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Jelly Belly Factory, Fairfield, California

1 Jelly Belly Ln, Fairfield, California

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Denver, Colorado

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  • Visited: 2014-07-01
  • Submitted: 2014-07-21 16:12:59.0
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Fun for the Whole Family

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Fun for the whole family. Who knew how long it took just to make one Jelly Belly...that the company was formed by German immigrants and how long the family has been in business. Wonderful USA company!

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  • Visited: 2013-03-01
  • Submitted: 2013-12-12 16:12:21.0
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They do not take reservations, so try to get there early. The wait could be long during school holidays or in the summer.

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Salt Lake City, Utah

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  • Visited: 2012-07-01
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Great place for Jelly Belly lovers

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While you are behind glass walls, the factory is still very noisy. Strollers are easily pushed through the tour.

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Submitted by: Connie L.

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...

Submitted by: amadeuz E.

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...

Submitted by: Justin C.

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...

Submitted by: Wendy Z.

How jelly beans are made! The tour was about 40 miutes long. You see how much sugar they put, why the jelly beans are becomes shiny.. Stuff like that Your not allowed to take photos, and you must wear...

Submitted by: Craig K.

I wish we would have gone during the week so we could see the whole process but unfortunately the whole working thing gets in the way of that. Ot...

Submitted by: Dale H.

The JB tour is ok. Mainly for little kids. Not much for adults to see. Lots of watching monitors as opposed to seeing the fa...

Submitted by: JASMIN O.

This place was good FREE fun. We were looking to do something with our children (ages 6, 4, and 2) that we'd all get into and in a location where there was other stuff to do. Day trip at its best. Coming from San Jose, the Jelly Belly factory tour + outlets + nearby Sacramento family made for a good Saturday. That day the Candy Festival was also going on, so unfortunately we had to park at the old Wal Mart and walk to the factory =/ I was hoping there would be a trail of jelly beans leading the way.. there wasnt. We arrived and were the first people in line, received our hats (which you must wear unless you brought your own or you opt for the hair net), took a family photo and off we went! Tips: - The sugar ...

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