We went on a nice sunny day in June. There was 2 nice large ponds that had ducks and geese in them and we brought bread to feed them, but they were not interested. There were also some baby ducks that my daughter enjoyed chasing. The grounds are beautiful and we even brought a picnic lunch and enjoyed it in 1 or their 3 covered pavillions. We went through the "museum" (very small area of the gift shop) and gift shop. Things weren't really expensive. We went on the tour, which had an informative video, but the tour guide wasn't overly animated and rushed the last part where you got to look through windows at one portion of the factory. We had ice cream after we ate our lunch and they choice of flavors were huge (more than 40 flavors). The ice cream was good. Inside the restaurant, i got free wi-fi. It was pretty and we had a nice time. We drove about 60 minutes to get there. I would not drive more than that.
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