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With the expansion of current facilities, guests are now able to view artifacts from TABASCO® Sauce's founding family; witness the growing process of the pepper plants from seedlings to full-grown plants; visit the mash warehouse for a peek at the...more
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The facilities have had an upgrade since our last visit. The tour and the museum are first rate. It is amazing how many bottles of Tabasco sauce get sent out every day.
The store has a fun tasting area. Even if you think that you...More
It was a great surprise to find the place during a Road Trip in LA. All the making and packing process of this famous sauce is very well shown in this amazing factory; you will find all kinds of Tabasco sauce at the gift shop,...More
Being a life long Tabasco fan, I was pleasantly surprised when my wife suggested we visit today. The self-guided tour is inexpensive yet very informative. The smells are delightful and the gift shop has a fantastic array of items and of course all the sauces....More
We have been fans of Tobasco for years and it was really nice to get to tour and learn how this famous sauce of more than 100 years old is made. The self guided tour was fun and educational. For $5/adult and $4.30/child, well worth...More
A drive to the home of McIlhenny's Tabasco Sauce on Avery Island, is a nice distraction for travelers passing through the southern Louisiana area. The McIlhenny Tabasco Sauce story is an interesting view of a tiny enterprise morphing into one of the premier food processors...More
It was a nice visit and an easy walk around. The tour was self guided. It was informative and interesting. We got a couple of the tiny bottles of Tabasco with the tour. We also go to sample a lot of the products In the...More