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Factory Tours USA

4 Tours in Arkansas

Diamond Bear Brewing
Little Rock, AR

Diamond Bear Brewing is Little Rock?s first production brewery in over 15 years. Diamond Bear started brewing on September 21, 2000, and started distribution on October 17, 2000 with the Flying Saucer (Downtown River Market District) being the first establishment to carry our product. We have since been expanding our market steadily. Our styles of beer are produced in the old time honored traditional methods of european brewers, using only two-row malted barley ,hops, yeast and great Arkansas water. Being brewed locally gives the beer a great advantage in ?freshness? while still capturing some of the worlds most famous styles ...
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Mountain Valley Spring Company
Hot Springs, AR

Mountain Valley Spring Water is the flagship brand of the Mountain Valley Spring Company. We bottle our water at the spring site?a single, natural spring located within 633 acres of protected, company-owned land about 12 miles from Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas.

Our water is available coast to coast and has been recognized by independent experts and generations of loyal customers as one of the finest bottled waters available anywhere in the world.

Mountain Valley Spring Water has twice won the "Berkley Springs Best Tasting Water in the World" competition and Mountain Valley's new glass bottles won this years "Excellence ...
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Terra Studios
Durham, AR

Terra Studios is located in the Ozark Mountains near Fayetteville, Arkansas. Here, artisans produce glass and pottery homewares, gifts and fine art pieces. We hope that you will come to visit us. Terra visitors can stroll along the wooded paths through the mural garden, explore the pottery showroom and watch skilled glassworkers create the now famous Bluebird of Happiness.

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Wal-Mart Visitors Center
Bentonville, AR

Located in Sam Walton's original Bentonville variety store, the Wal-Mart Visitors Center traces the origin and growth of Wal-Mart.

The center was created as an educational and informative facility for those interested in this American retailing success story.

If you're ever in Northwest Arkansas, make sure to include a visit to the Wal-Mart Visitors Center in your plans.

Mr. Sam was amazed people would want to come to the center. He said, "It's just a company, and there are a lot of companies." Approximately 57,000 people visit the center each year.

The Visitors Center opened on ...
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