Campbell's Soup Supply Co - Giant Tomato Soup Can

Campbell's Soup Supply Co - Giant Tomato Soup Can

Campbell's Soup Supply Co - Giant Tomato Soup Can
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Thomas M
Littleton, NH5,241 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Couples
In Casey IL there is a plethora of World’s Largest.... So on the way we wanted to see the Giant Soup Can in Napoleon OH. To be honest I did not realize that it is just one of their tanks painted like the label. The plant is HUGE... and if we had had more time we would have liked to have seen if there was a tour. There is a visitors entrance, but we are not sure whether or not they provide tours. Will have to check it out the next time we are near Napoleon. Unless they have tours of the plant, I wouldn’t recommend going too far out of your way to see this tank.
Written December 21, 2017
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patgranada
Chicago, IL303 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Friends
We passed by the Campbell's factory and I wish we took. They do have outside the biggest soup can but i wish they had better parking so u could take pics
Written August 26, 2019
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Connie A
Bowling Green, OH36 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
It has certainly expanded in size and the exterior looks better than it has in years. Due to security, it is impossible to get into buildings to tour. I would like an opportunity to shop in their store as the employees can.
Written September 7, 2015
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Cathy D
Conway, SC1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Solo
Purchased Campbell's Chunky New England Clam Chowder (Healthy Request) and there were only 2 claims in this can. There was plenty of potatoes; but only 2 claims. What a waste of money!
Written February 24, 2015
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Jwanderer57
New York97 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2011
During a cross country road trip from NY to CA, we wanted to make some unusual stops. Of course we went to Mount Rushmore and the Grand Canyon, but we wanted to visit some places out of the same old, run of the mill road trip stops. While searching the internet for these types of stops, I came across the "Giant Tomato Soup Can" at the Campbell's Soup Supply Co. We had a couple of hours to work with on the day we were driving through Ohio, and it was less than an hour off the interstate, so I figured, why not?

In order to find the Tomato Soup can, we had to drive for about 30-45 minutes through Napoleon Ohio and the surrounding area. This in itself was a nice drive. You can only learn so much about an area driving past it at 65 MPH on the interstate, so it was interesting to drive through these small farm towns that, had it not been for this stop, we would have had no reason to drive through.

As you are driving along Route 110, past the farms and houses scattered around, all of a sudden you catch a glimpse of the soup can. By the description I expected it to be big, but had no idea just how huge it really was. When we reached our destination, we pulled over on the side of the road and headed toward the soup can.

The "can" (I'm still unsure of exactly what it was, just an attraction or maybe a functional water tower), is surrounded by a fence so you cannot physically touch it, but you can get very close to it. When we visited, there was nobody else there, and judging by the lack of foot prints in the snow, it didn't appear that anyone had been there for some time.

There is no charge for this attraction, and all it is really good for is to look at and take a few photos, but we both found it to be a very fun and humorous stop. I would suggest anyone driving through the area with a little time on their hands, to make this stop. If I am ever driving through this area of Ohio again, I will definitely make time to visit the "Giant Tomato Soup Can."
Written February 16, 2011
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Christine G
Saint Louis, MO1,380 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Friends
The address Tripadvisor provides will get you to the company's building, and very close to the actual soup can. If you're going north on state highway 110 (also called East Maumee) from Perry Street you will go a little further north past the entrance to the visitor parking lot, and you will see it shortly after on your right side. If you get to Country Road 12, you passed it. It will not take you long to get from U.S. 24. If you enter Napoleon on Industrial Dr from U.S. 24, and the trees are bare, you'll be able to see the can through the trees across the Maumee River, like I did since I visited in December.. It was a fun sight to see, and doesn't cost a cent to drive by and see.
Written December 15, 2017
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Judee N
Walled Lake, MI174 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015
There is not really anything to do in Napoleon so you go to the Campbell's soup manufacturing plant and drive by it. This is a water tank painted like the tomato soup can. I would give them credit for taking the water tank and making it a something we all know what the tomato soup can is all about
Written September 29, 2015
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Dina M
Woodstock, GA34 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Friends
Where else can you see a huge soup can! Some notes: it is. About 1/4 mile south of the main entrance , you can't get up close but you can have some fun photo shots... After that drive thru Hawks pizza...see the review
Written October 18, 2014
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jdreynoldsjr
Louisville, KY396 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Couples
If you are within 30 minutes of the place, it is worth the trip or you know you will be passing by then go for it. However, you must stop on the side of the road or drive onto pullout that has beaten down trail that leads closer to the tank but be warned the ground is soft, muddy. If you are a Campbell Soup Fan then make the stop if you can. Again, you are on private property taking a photo nothing more nothing less.
Written August 18, 2013
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Ron C
Wheeling, WV389 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Solo
I enjoyed my visit to check out the largest Campbell's soup plant it was a lot bigger than I thought it would be.The giant can of tomato soup and the water tower were great. I wonder if they offer tours of the plant ?
Written July 30, 2013
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