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Last day on PEI, wanted to visit and do the tour and have our last taste of cow ice cream. We had cows on cavendish, Charlottetown, and by the confederation bridge.
I do have to agree that this location serves the smallest scoop. I did...More
We decided to do this indoor free tour on a day when the weather wasn't so great. The "Creamery tour" is just a FREE self-guided tour to watch the behind the scenes making of ice cream and a collection of explanatory videos running on a...More
We regularly enjoy Graeter’s ice cream from Cincinnati so it’s takes ALOT for me to be impressed with any other ice cream. But I think that Graeter’s met its match with the variety and intense creamy flavor of Cow’s ice cream. Not to mention the...More
A little disappointing. The tour is self guided and really nothing to see. Nothing was operational and you look through 4 or 5 windows and that's it. The gift shop area seemed larger. Ice cream was good...but there is better elsewhere.
Stopped in to have Moo York Cheesecake as was driving through. Was disappointed as they were out of that as well as two others (can't recall the names). I gave up and decided to skip the ice cream (as was driving and the other flavours...More
I truly thought this was supposed to be more of an attraction/destination like the Ben and Jerry’s factory in Vermont or Purdy’s Chocolates in BC, but it is not much more than a larger version of the Cows ice cream shops. The tours do not...More
Visited here on a Friday around 3 pm with our 4 yr old granddaughter. Line up was long but moved along. She had a cone with sprinkles and ice cream which you can eat while doing tour. Tour is not worth stopping for. They were...More
This place is a joke. There isn’t such a thing as a self-guided tour. All you see is some machinery behind three large windows (one with cheese, one with ice cream making machinery and with t-shirt printing stuff). The introductory video (probably three mins. long)...More