Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin: Jelly Belly Train TourIndoor "train" ride tour through the Jelly Belly distribution center and past displays of jelly bean art.
Jelly Belly Factory Outlet
- 10100 Jelly Belly Lane, Pleasant Prairie, WI
- Jelly Belly Factory Outlet. I-94/US 41 South to Exit 347. Turn left (East) at stop sign on SR 165 (Lakeview Parkway), east to SR 31 (Green Bay Road). Turn left (North) on Green Bay Road 1/4 mile to Jelly Belly Lane.
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- Worth a Detour
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Margaret Thatcher as a mosaic of Jelly Bellies. Unlike the real "Iron Lady" this one has a hard candy outer shell, but inside is a gooey gelatinous center. Can be viewed during the Jelly Belly warehouse tour.[John Takao Collier, 03/13/2014]
Jelly bean art is a gift from the Reagan era that keeps on giving.
This is a free tour of the Jelly Belly warehouse (the actual factory is in California). The "train" ride takes you around the warehouse and stops at different spots for you to watch videos of the history and production process of Jelly Belly. The tour ends up at the gift shop, where we all got a free small bag of Jelly Bellys. The gift shop has free samples of Jelly Bellys, a large selection of merchandise and candies to purchase. There is also a small snack bar to purchase food. We enjoyed the tour and would recommend it to all ages.[Kara Foster, 07/04/2012]
It is a warehouse tour, but you get free Jelly Bellies, and there is s sampling table![HDub And Ddub, 09/19/2010]
There's an indoor "train" ride to see the distribution center and Jelly Belly art.[Andrew, 07/13/2010]
The "train" is a jeep tram pulling cars of jelly bean fans around the facility.