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Nearly 100 years ago, Carl T. Hammond, Sr. opened Hammond’s Candy Factory in Denver with a commitment to quality. While we started as a small family business with a loyal local following, we have now grown into an iconic brand with international...more
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My children (7 and 10) thought this was a lot of fun. They really liked watching the candy being pulled and stretched to make candy canes and ribbon candy. The candy store at the end didn’t hurt either! 😁
This was a short but fun activity. We started with a movie about the factory and then proceeded to a viewing area where we can watch the candy being made. A guide tells you what is going on in each step. They say that they...More
The free tour seems very popular, so be sure to sign up online in advance so you won't be turned away. The film at the beginning is fun and informative. The tour after the film is relatively short, but they provide plenty of windows for...More
It was interesting to see and learn how they make their candy. They still use some of the original equipment from when the company was started. They do offer online reservations (I don't believe they are required, seemed to be more for busy days). There...More
Are you interested in learning about how candy used to be made years ago and still is made the same way, by hand today? This a place that would be interesting to little ones, grown ups and even senior citizens. The candy is delicious. The...More
It was kind of crummy weather while visiting Denver Oct. '18. This was inside, so why not. Good choice. Everything is hand made. When the place was sold years ago, that was part of the arrangement. It is really neat to see things being made...More
We decided to take the tour last minute and we were told to come on down and try our luck. When we arrived on a Saturday morning we assumed we'd be turned away but we were pleasantly surprised that they were able to take us...More
Three years old could be OK. Watching the physical hand-making of candy held the attention of some small children who were part of our tour when we visited Hammond's. If your child can handle a visit to the grocery store... More
Three years old could be OK. Watching the physical hand-making of candy held the attention of some small children who were part of our tour when we visited Hammond's. If your child can handle a visit to the grocery store, then a visit to Hammond's will probably be just fine.