Thursday, May 24, 2007 | Posted By Karen Axelrod in Factory Tours
This is a big day for those who, like us, love factory tours and company museums. Not just one but two major attractions are opening today.
In Atlanta, behold the vast new World of Coca-Cola. Built at a cost of $96 million, the facility covers 20 acres and holds a vast collection of artifacts and exhibits. An article in The Wall Street Journal has further information.
In addition to existing tours of three other factories, Harley-Davidson has begun giving tours of its Tomahawk Operations in Tomahawk, Wisconsin. This facility makes, finishes, and ships a variety of parts for Harley-Davidson motorcycles: windshields, sidecars, composite, and plastic parts. Tours of the factory run through Friday, August 31, 2007. The Tour Center highlights the manufacturing operations at the plant, and will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday through Friday. Call 877-883-1450 for more info. You can also read more about the Tomahawk tour at TotalMotorcycle.com.
Posted By Karen Axelrod at 4:47 PM in Category:Factory Tours
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