Advertised that you make your own pretzel. You do play with dough to form a pretzel as the docent explains the origin of the pretzel as well as the meaning of the shape. You do not bake your pretzel. The tour consists of the docent showing how pretzels were made in the past and in today's modern oven. Hard pretzels are not made at this bakery now. So, you do not get to see pretzels being made. You are given a small bag of pretzels that are baked at another bakery. You may buy a soft pretzel for $1.00 that has been baked at Sturgis' Bakery. Overall, disappointing and not worth the $3.00 charge for the tour.
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