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Vermont Teddy Bear Factory
Doporučuje 10 místních
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Looking for fun things to do in Vermont? The Vermont Teddy Bear Factory is open year-round (7 days a week) except Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Year’s Day. It's one of the most popular Vermont activities! We recommend planning to spend about an hour and 15 minutes on-site at the Factory.
Who doesn't love these Teddy Bears? Take a tour and see how these cuties are made.
A far drive north, but it's a classic place where kids can make their own teddy bear.
Tour the famous teddy bear factory and take home a one of a kind souvenir that will last for generations!
See how the bears are made. A fun, good-natured tour. Of course there's a gift shop at the end.
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Shelburne, VT 05482