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We had a great time! $1.00 for a scoop of fresh delicious ice cream was worth the
trip! We saw how the factory workers get the ice cream into different sized containers and box them up to be shipped No pictures or videos allowed of...More
Love Blue Bell ice cream. I took my oldest son to the factory 6yrs ago when they still did guided tours, so we decided to take my younger son this morning. It was nice and quiet morning. Not too crowded and still lots to see...More
Blue Bell ice cream is #1 in the region. So make some time to visit and see it made via the second floor observation windows. Small and regular sizes available. Go in the winter to enjoy the legendary Peppermint flavor. Gift shop. See the Visitor...More
Ice cream for $1.00!! Standard sized portion too, not just a sample. Tours are closed now due to a food virus last year. Won’t reopen but there is a viewing area where there is an employee who will tell you everything you want to know...More
We went early in the morning so we had ice cream for breakfast! They serve all the flavors of Bluebell for $1 a scoop. It was fascinating to see the production room. The museum and the tour is free. Worth the stop if you are...More
Big fan of Blue Bell Ice Cream so this was a must to visit. While there is no longer a tour inside the facility, you can still see the packaging of the product. As we were one of the first people to visit that morning,...More
Most Texans say this is the best ice cream made. It's good but it's not exceptional. Their chocolate is not at the top of a chocolate lovers list. But! The place is clean and interesting. You learn how it's made and they have some historical...More
We took the grand kids to see the Blue Bell Creameries.They wanted to see how ice cream is made. There is a nice visitor center where you can learn about the history of Blue Bell Ice Cream. Then you can go next door to the...More
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They do not do guided tours. The observation deck is available for viewing production and packaging most weekdays from 8am to 2 pm. There is an employee there who will answer questions and give information about the... More
They do not do guided tours. The observation deck is available for viewing production and packaging most weekdays from 8am to 2 pm. There is an employee there who will answer questions and give information about the production process. The attached ice creams parlor is open M-F 8am to 5 pm.