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Factory Tours USA

18 Tours in Oregon

Chalet RV
Albany, OR

Highest quality A-frame manufacturing.


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Dogs for the Deaf
Central Point, OR

We Invite You To Tour Dogs for the Deaf . . .
Nestled in the beautiful Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon, Dogs for the Deaf is an interesting and uplifting place to visit. This is the headquarters of the largest and oldest Hearing Dog training center in the world.

We encourage both out of town visitors and locals to learn more about our special work by taking a tour of our facility. You will learn how we got started, watch an informative video, and see how the dogs are trained in our special training apartments. After your tour, be sure ...
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Fish Peddler
Newport, OR

Welcome to the Pacific Seafood Group, a family owned, vertically integrated seafood company based in the Western United States. The Pacific Group processes West Coast products from Alaska to Mexico and owns and operates distribution facilities and distributes in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, California, Nevada and Utah. The Pacific Group exports products throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East and also imports products from many of these areas as well.

The Pacific Seafood Group began in 1941 by Frank M. Dulcich and his son Dominic Dulcich in Portland, Oregon, beginning from small retail counter and servicing discriminating customers at ...
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Full Sail Brewing Company
Hood River, OR

At Full Sail we've been making great beer since 1987. We liked our beer so much that we bought the brewery! With each beer brewed comes a promise of quality and great taste that only an owner can give. We love our beer and know you will too!

Come visit our brewery located in the Columbia River Gorge, with its ripping winds, endless mountain bike trails, fast water, and deep snow, the region is known as "The Adrenaline Capital of the Northwest".

Tour our brewery and sample our award winning brews fresh from the source.There are a variety ...
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GK Machine, Inc.
Donald, OR

GK Machine designs, engineers and fabricates parts, engines and equipment and machinery for the various industries around the world; agriculture, transportation, construction and industrial manufacturers.


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Goody?s Chocolate and Ice Cream
Bend, OR

Goody's is a family run tradition of handmade chocolates, candies and ice cream. First created by Marne and Marion Palmateer in Sunriver, OR in 1984, Goody's Candy Store very quickly became a legendary and loved Central Oregon tradition selling assorted candies purchased for resale.

Later, the Palmateers started making their own chocolate out of their home to sell in the store. The store moved to its current location in the Sunriver Village Mall where the Palmateers started making their own award winning ice cream. The Sunriver Goody?s store continues to be a customer favorite during busy vacation times.

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Guide Dogs for the Blind (Boring OR)
Boring, OR

Guide Dogs for the Blind provides enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff. Established in 1942, Guide Dogs for the Blind continues its dedication to quality student training services and extensive follow-up support for graduates. Our programs are made possible through the teamwork of staff, volunteers and generous donors. Services are provided to students from the United States and Canada at no cost to them.


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Harry and David's
Medford, OR

You will be totally surprised and delighted with this tour into one of America's largest and most successful mail order firms. This is a one of its kind operation. You will enjoy a treat from their kitchens as you weave through this giant corporation. Tours will leave at 9:15, 10:30, 12:30 and 1:45 from the Harry and David Store right next to the Convention Center.

Everyone will enjoy the short walk to shopping in the outlet store in the Harry and David Plaza. You'll want to take home a piece of the valley from this fine selection of special ...
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Marathon Coach Factory
Coburg, OR

Marathon Coach, Inc. began operations in September 1983 converting new commercial bus shells into luxury recreational vehicles and corporate coaches. Since 1989, Marathon has built their custom-crafted conversions primarily on Prevost bus shells, becoming the Volvo subsidiary's largest bus converter.

In 1990, Bob Schoellhorn purchased his first Marathon coach and invested in the company after retiring from 17 years of service (including more than 10 years as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board) at Abbott Laboratories, a major pharmaceutical company. He became sole proprietor of Marathon Coach in 1994, using his worldwide business expertise and investment to ...
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Monaco RV, LLC
Coburg, OR

This is where it begins ? in the 2.5 million square foot, state-of-the-art, high-tech facility of Monaco Coach Corporation. It's the brain trust and birthplace of the industry's most revolutionary developments. Major innovations have been born here, like kitchen-suite floorplans; and a diesel-pusher price point for virtually any buyer, with engine options ranging from 275 to 525 horsepower. This is also the home of our proprietary Roadmaster chassis where we engineer specific chassis to the exacting standards of our luxury motorhomes. Become a part of the legend, tour our facilities in Indiana or Oregon. For directions or tour times, click ...
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Pacific Hazelnut Candy Factory
Aurora, OR

The first hazelnut (filbert) tree was planted in Scottsburg, Oregon around 1857. In 1876 a Frenchman, David Genot, had hazelnut seeds sent from France. He raised these first 50 plants in a hedgerow in the old country tradition.

The size and quality of the original nut has been developed through the years with the Pacific Northwest climate and cultivation. Now 98% of all hazel nuts grown in the United States are from our lush Willamette Valley in Western Oregon.

Pacific Hazelnut Candy Factory has developed a tradition of quality and service. Care is given from grading nuts through product development ...
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Pacific Oyster
Bay City, OR

Welcome to the Pacific Seafood Group, a family owned, vertically integrated seafood company based in the Western United States. The Pacific Group processes West Coast products from Alaska to Mexico and owns and operates distribution facilities and distributes in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, California, Nevada and Utah. The Pacific Group exports products throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East and also imports products from many of these areas as well.

The Pacific Seafood Group began in 1941 by Frank M. Dulcich and his son Dominic Dulcich in Portland, Oregon, beginning from small retail counter and servicing discriminating customers at ...
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Pendleton Popcorn Factory
Pendleton, OR

The Pendleton Popcorn Factory is located in a small building in Pendleton's historic downtown area. They are included in both the walking tour and the famous Pendleton Underground Tour. They produce over 60 flavors of gourmet popcorn and have a retail section. It is a pleasure to watch the popcorn being made and the smells are out of this world. They don't make the gourmet popcorn everyday. so you must call ahead. A quaint and wonderful little factory and shop.


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Pendleton Woolen Mills
Pendleton OR, OR

In 1863, traveling down the Atlantic seaboard, crossing the Isthmus of Panama on a burro, and sailing up the Pacific coast was a grueling four-month passage. Yet for Thomas Kay, a young English weaver, it was a dream come true. An old hand at sea voyages, he had already crossed the Atlantic years earlier to work at east coast textile mills. With skills honed, he was now headed to an area with ideal conditions for growing sheep and producing wool. A place with moderate weather and plentiful water - America's newest state, Oregon.

Kay helped organize Oregon's second woolen ...
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Silvercrest Homes (Woodburn, OR)
Woodburn, OR

Silvercrest Online was designed especially with YOU in mind. Within these pages there are many exciting HOMES for your review. You will find information on Retailers and Community Developments in the Twelve (12) Western States that offer our homes. We ship as far east as Colorado. Take the time to visit our model homes and see the possibilities for a new and exciting home for your future. We build personalized homes for the individual home buyer available through the Silvercrest Retailer Network, as well as Genesis Homes for builders/developers.

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The Oregon Connection
Coos Bay, OR

Nice little tour of the making of Myrtlewood objects. Self Guided after video. Stop by the C of C Visitors Center and get a coupon for a large piece of fudge from The Connection gift shop. Very Good!


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The Real Oregon Gift Myrtlewood Factory
North Bend, OR

Our factory processes the logs from the time they are brought in green by private timber operators. Myrtlewood logs, when green are 70% moisture so the log will not float. The wood is 20% harder than oak, and harder than black walnut or hardrock maple. No other wood is so strongly accented by figured grain and color.

Myrtlewood has a color spectrum that has been variously described as ranging from "golden hues to velvet black with warm brown, yellows, greens and reds", from "ebony to a rich maple color", from "soft gray to mauve". In a single word, it is ...
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Tillamook Cheese Factory
Tillamook, OR

The Visitor's Center offers a free self-guided tour, showcasing the entire cheese making process from cow to mouth.

The viewing platforms above packaging and cheese offer people a chance to see exactly where the cheese comes from and how it is made. There are interactive kiosks providing nutritional information that kids of all ages can enjoy.

As visitors reach the end of the tour, they are treated to samples of Tillamook's famous cheese. A variety of chunks, as well as fresh curds, is a great way to cap off an informative introduction to the world of cheese. By now ...
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