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All reviews lollipops free tour gift shop free samples tour starts with a video short video tour guide quick tour minute tour great tour all ages behind the scenes visiting denver oops hammonds canes company
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
The tour was a last minute booking for my roommate and I and I am so glad we did it! While the guide we had wasn't the most enthusiastic, it was a blast watching them make caramel and form the twisted lollipops. The highlight was...More
Went here with 2 kids age 9 and 14. Both enjoyed the tour and watching them make candy. Would recommend for anyone looking to something to do. The tour only last about 30 minutes. The kids enjoyed the free candy at the end!!
This was a fun stop on vacation. The tour is pretty short (30 min or so), but is pretty cool. You can see people working candy, mixing, shaping, wrapping. Tour starts with a video about the timeline of the company and ends in the candy...More
We have been here a few times when visiting with our grandson who lives in Denver. It is a family favorite! As they mention during the tour, every day is a bit different in the candy factory, depending on which of the many different candies...More
Went here with a group of nine midweek (three antsy children) and had a great time. The tour is free, and kind of cool to see this old school way of making candy. If you have a large group they recommend calling ahead but we...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.