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So my in-laws wanted to take all the grandkids to see this place. It was near to watch the candy canes being made right in front of you. Didn't take too long from start to finish. Nice little candy shop, but expect higher prices since...More
We were part of a tour group that stopped for a candy making demo. The shop uses some original candy making equipment to make hand made hard candy and chocolate confections. We watched them make their signature cinnamon hard candies and it was quite interesting...More
Location was recently expanded which added more area to eat and shop. Also allows for an extra register to open which will be wonderful on busy days. I normally visit in October in order to avoid the often crazy crowds that will gather mid November...More
We were in Louisville for the weekend and had a couple of things already planned. Saw a snipit in a local tour guide book and decided to venture over to the candy museum. Barely made the cutoff time for their lunch counter for a great...More
Such a neat experience. Still making candy the old fashioned way, was like stepping back in time. Has been in the family for 100+years. Got to watch chocolate making and the owners provided a demonstration making hard cinnamon candy. Loved the old fashioned soda/ice cream...More
We purchased homemade candy, lemon drops as they’re my favorite, and it was kind of fun to watch them make them from scratch with the live demonstration. The staff is super friendly, and the building is very nostalgic inside. Worth the ride or walk across...More
This place has been in their family for 100+ years . Got to watch some hard candies being made as well as chocolates. Well worth the trip . Also tried an old fashioned fountain drink . It was great. Well worth the time to visit...More
I took a group of 12 to Schimpff’s for candy making tour and lunch. This family owned business made our visit so much fun. Great hospitality by the whole staff with a wonderful lunch and of course the candy was awesome.
The hot cinnamon hard candy is purposefully made to allow you to taste the cinnamon without making your eyes & nose run. It was great. Order several individual chocolate cordials and they were all great. They have a soda shop as well, but ran out...More
Response from LivnLegend | Reviewed this property |
Your dad should not have any issue. Even if he did take his wheelchair inside, the display counters allow room to maneuver around and the eating tables would accommodate someone in a wheelchair, if needed.