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Mountain Meadow Wool Mill

Buffalo, WY, USA
About Mountain Meadow Wool Mill
5-25-2020 UPDATE: Retail store and tours are open! We have transitioned our tours to a free self-guided tour at anytime during our retail store hours! SUMMER HOURS: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm WINTER HOURS: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Watch us do everything from washing the wool to spinning and dyeing yarn. We also knit apparel, throws, and other products onsite. We are committed to the highest quality products by using our Mountain Merino® wool grown by our local ranchers and we sell and yarns, in store and online. Our mission is to revitalize the American wool industry, preserve the West, and create American made high-quality products through eco-friendly operations and fair prices for Ranchers.
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Ward D wrote a review Oct 20
Satellite Beach, Florida1,363 contributions132 helpful votes
This is an easy place to map to in Buffalo, Wy. It is a large building not very far off the interstate. You check in at the front counter. Amy was very pleasant. She sits you down and lets you watch two 3-minute videos explaining the process. Then they hand you a “quiz” with several questions and take you into the factory. The parts you can visit are set up upstairs overlooking the two main rooms of the factory with explanation boards that explain the various parts of the process. The last room upstairs shows the various types of wool and products that are available. If you bring your completed “quiz” downstairs you can get 10% off your purchase. Note, look on the wall next to the register. Their company was highlighted at the White House in 2018. Very cool. Lovely staff and a neat place to learn the process.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Karen L wrote a review Sep 2020
18 contributions5 helpful votes
We’re from Fort Worth Texas, traveling in our RV. We were lucky to visit when the mill was closed for the day so were the only ones there. Ben let us do a self guided tour and gave us a trivia test to complete. The displays were very informative and hands on. We completed the trivia test so got a 10% discount on the hoodie and socks we bought. Ben was very gracious and friendly. We enjoyed our visit very much.
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Date of experience: September 2020
mjinwi1618 wrote a review Aug 2020
41 contributions1 helpful vote
This was a very informative and interesting stop. We were grandparents and grandchildren 50's, 60's, 8 and 10) and everyone had fun. Due to COVID, the tours were all self tours. They had a nice video to start with that explained about the history of the region and how wool become yarn. Then you walked yourself through the upper level of the mill where you could look down on the mill floor. There were plenty of informational signs to tell you about the different processes. They also had a very fun room for the kids (and us) to try weaving and carding and spinning wool. The store was very well stocked, too :)
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Date of experience: August 2020
RWCrockett wrote a review Sep 2019
Lakewood, Colorado42 contributions8 helpful votes
A very informative tour by enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide, Amy. Great video. Was disappointed more of the factory was not in production when we visited. Suggest calling ahead to check. Lovely yarn and wool items for sale in gift shop.
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Date of experience: September 2019
M L Vanessa V wrote a review Aug 2019
Buffalo, Wyoming6 contributions3 helpful votes
What a fun cultural tour --- where else can you go to see wool processed from raw product to finished product? FUN and EDUCATIONAL !!
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Date of experience: May 2019