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In 1985, the owners of Ben and Jerry?s homemade ice cream began to construct their very own ice cream manufacturing plant in Waterbury, Vermont. They chose the perfect spot within the heart of the Green Mountains. A year later, it proved to be a good choice when they opened their home base to the public for a tour of their ice cream factory. For the visitors, it was not only a place to learn about ice-cream making, it is also a great place to behold the beautiful overlooking view of the Worcester Range.

The Waterbury Factory offers guided tours for all ages. The tour starts at the ?Cow Over The Moon Theater? where a video clip is played to show the visitors how the whole company started. From the movie room, the guests are directed to the production room. The last stop is at the Flavor Room where they can taste the ?ice cream of the day?.

Another feature of the Waterbury Factory is their graveyard of sorts where they ?buried? past ice cream flavors that were controversial or flavors that didn?t sell.
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