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The public is welcome to visit the Crowley Cheese Factory, the country's oldest cheese factory to see award-winning all natural Crowley Cheese, made entirely by hand, the old-fashioned way. Though the factory shop is usually open 7 days, 10-4, we...more
Picturesque roads lead you to this quaint building - Oldest continuously operating cheese factory in America. They use raw cow's milk. Cheese is made on the premises - 1,000 pounds per week - you can watch them during regular business hours - we'll be back...More
We stopped here as part of a cheese tour for my friend’s bachelorette. It was by for the best place we stopped on our tour. The woman who greeted us with such enthusiasm taught us how cheese was made. She made the stop entertaining instead...More
Off the beaten track up a side road just outside Ludlow. We came in after a hike up Okemo Mountain and stocked up on excellent cheeses. Not the usual cheddar, it's their own unique recipe. Not to be missed.
Great little cheese shop. good selection of cheeses. They have a picnic table that you can sit at and enjoy your cheese. Not much to look at from the outside, but worth the visit. This is old fashion cheese factory. Everyone was friendly and helpful....More
I’m so glad we kept going up Healdville road to find the Crowley cheese shop. The woman at the shop explained the entire process and was a real joy to talk to. They had ample samples and sell the cheese ends at a reduced rate....More
This was hard to rate. It really is not much of an "attraction" per se. It is a very old cheese making factory and it was mildly interesting to view it in the context of it's history. They only are actually making cheese a few...More
If you have not been put it on your bucket list. This is an old world traditional Cheesefactory nestled in the woods. I would suggest purchasing a few small sample pieces but also get a cheese wheel that is encased in wax. Let it age...More
This attraction is not worth the side trip. It is advertised as the oldest cheese factory in the country, but there does not appear to be much going on. It is more like someone's house rather than a factory. I'm missing something here. We did...More
We went 50 minutes out of the way to visit. Saw a pamphlet at a museum and thought this would be nice. Was not what I expected.
First, the stairs to enter are large rocks that are not even or safe.
Once inside, the odor...More