Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory information
In 1978 Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield took over an abandoned Burlington gas station and launched the outlandish flavors that forever changed America's ice-cream culture. Time and corporate takeovers have forever changed the company, but this legendary factory, north of I-89 between Waterbury and Stowe, still draws crowds for tours that include a campy moo-vie and a taste tease of the latest flavor.
Behind the factory, a mock cemetery holds 'graves' of Holy Cannoli and other long-forgotten flavors.
The factory is 1.5 miles north of Waterbury and 9 miles south of Stowe via VT 100.