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Factory tours are currently suspended, but since we were in the area we stopped to see their car museum & small gift shop. Just being tht close to their 1st automobile, 1st motorcycle, racing legends, electric vehicle(s) of the future - all free to see...More
The tour would be so much better if you could hear. You have headphones but even with the volume all the way up, the tour guide still sounded too soft. You start in the Visitor CENTER.... at 11 Mercedes, not at the Visitor Entrance. You...More
I tried to arrange a tour before our trip, the website was not very helpful so upon calling I discovered by a recording that they have tours only 2 days a week and that they were booked for the whole month! Other reviews stated that...More
We wanted to take a factory tour but they are not doing the factory tours until February and March 2018. However, we did stop at the visitor center and looked around at the older Mercedes and newer Mercedes they have there. It was really neat...More
If you are traveling near this facility on I-20 or I 59 --STOP IN, it FREE. There several museum worthy Mercedes Vehicles and former race cars. Many nice displays, and a decent gift shop with some unique MB items. The staff is very informed too....More
Others have talked about what a great tour MB provides for visitors. We concur with that - well presented tour of entire plant. It was great to have a small museum (and gift shop - what museum doesn't have one) that provides an excellent place...More
Even though one needs to schedule in advance for the twice weekly tours, it is very worthwhile. We all learned a lot and enjoyed the tour given by Annie who obviously takes great pride in working for Mercedes-Benz. The area is immense. A highlight of...More