Learn about how Blue Bell ice cream is made on a tour of Blue Bell Creameries. The manufacturer of this popular ice cream brand open up its production facilities to the public for guided tours via glass windows and hallways. The 45-minute tour covers the basics of ice cream making and highlights other products that Blue Bell makes. The cost of your tour includes a sample of one of several current flavors. Ask about sampling regional flavors (like Cajun Creole) only available in this area. Take a look at our Brenham trip itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Blue Bell Creameries and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
Blue Bell Creameries reviews
What a great place to learn where our ice cream comes from. And it does not get any fresher than right from the dairy itself. Taking the tour is great but it is also great just stop in for $1 ice...
What a great place to learn where our ice cream comes from. And it does not get any fresher than right from the dairy itself. Taking the tour is great but it is also great just stop in for $1 ice... more »
Nice spacious facility and friendly staff explained the manufacturing/packaging process. I was impressed with the flavir selections and large size tasting for only $1
Nice spacious facility and friendly staff explained the manufacturing/packaging process. I was impressed with the flavir selections and large size tasting for only $1 more »
Iconic creamery that can't be missed! Pay attention to the hours and what is open on weekends (no museum or observation deck). The creamery closed at 4pm the Saturday we visited. We got there at 3 and had enough time to have ice cream and see the shop. Plenty of seating even though it was very busy. You get your ice cream first and then line up to pay. Credit cards are accepted. It's only $1 for a BIG scoop! They had two flavors that are currently not available in the store, Happy Tracks, and Salted Caramel. The country store was smaller than I expected and is just at one end of the creamery. They have Blue Bell branded merchandise and other things as well. I bought a great ice cream scoop. The creamery is upstairs but there is an elevator straight ahead when you go in the doors.
Perfect place to come with the kids, there is a small museum about the creamery and how they make ice cream (no fee), and there is an observation deck in the second floor, with windows so you can see the ice cream machines and the packing machines, also the people working there, very interesting! (No fee!) also there is a small store for souvenirs and you can buy ice cream ($1 each) with lot of flavors they don’t offer at the supermarket. Would be a nice place to come for a field trip or any day to get out to the country. It’s open mon-Friday only. Masks required to enter.
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