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Crowley Cheese

14 Crowley Ln, Mount Holly, VT 05758-9656
+1 800-683-2606
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Not Worth the Trip

This attraction is not worth the side trip. It is advertised as the oldest cheese factory in the... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
pfefmeister
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Petaluma, California
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Poor

We went 50 minutes out of the way to visit. Saw a pamphlet at a museum and thought this would be... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
ChickenLady1
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Boston, Massachusetts
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The public is welcome to visit the Crowley Cheese Factory, the country's oldest cheese factory to see award-winning all natural Crowley Cheese, made entirely by hand, the old-fashioned way. Though the factory shop is usually open 7 days, 10-4, we typically make cheese 3 weekdays (call for schedule). The factory was built in 1882 and is listed in the National Historic Register. You can purchase cheese, as well as other assorted Vermont products at the factory. Heads up: we are a TINY, old-fashioned operation that's a little off the beaten track in a beautiful, rural area. Please call first to make sure the factory is open before making the trek. Also, if you do manage to catch us on a cheesemaking day, we really appreciate your patience as our cheesemaking staff endeavors to make excellent cheese while providing an excellent customer service experience.
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  • Average15%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible6%
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:00
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14 Crowley Ln, Mount Holly, VT 05758-9656
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+1 800-683-2606

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

This attraction is not worth the side trip. It is advertised as the oldest cheese factory in the country, but there does not appear to be much going on. It is more like someone's house rather than a factory. I'm missing something here. We did...More

Thank pfefmeister
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We went 50 minutes out of the way to visit. Saw a pamphlet at a museum and thought this would be nice. Was not what I expected. First, the stairs to enter are large rocks that are not even or safe. Once inside, the odor...More

Thank ChickenLady1
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

Really cute building in a remote section of Vermont's cheese trail. Lovely staff and a good selection of hard cheeses of various ages - smoked, extra tasty, unusually tasty, garlic etc. loved the maple syrup tasting too. Who's ever heard of smoked maple syrup. Delicious...More

Thank Alix R
Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

My wife and I stopped here as we were interested in seeing how cheese is made. While the building itself is old, it is the same building that has been used to make cheese for a real long time. The staff was informative and friendly,...More

Thank lukelives
Reviewed 10 October 2016 via mobile

We visited the Crowley Cheese factory and it was a very interesting ( and tasty!!) presentation. The Crowley Cheese factory is the oldest continuous operating cheese factory in the nation. While we did not actually see cheese being produced ( just Tuesday through Thursday) we...More

Thank djdicenzo
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Oldest operating cheese factory in the US - very cool. Small gift shop with wonderful home made cheeses and yummy local jams, relishes, hot sauces, pickled garlic, too many things to list. A must see. Call ahead to see if they are making cheese that...More

Thank RikkilynCT
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Wife and I stopped in out of curiosity was met by Ken who made us feel at home! Enjoyed talking with him and bought 3 types of cheese a cutting board and knife and some candy we plan on ordering for Christmas this is a...More

Thank fatcritic
Reviewed 15 February 2016

Worth a stop, especially if you like VT cheeses and some history. The building itself is amazing to enter and visualize. Thinking about how many years it has excited was like a nice slice of being back in history and imagining the same thing happening...More

Thank tueschyld
Reviewed 29 December 2015

We enjoyed our visit to Crowley Cheese. It was great that we were able to sample the many cheeses that are made on premises. We also sampled the different spreads and hot sauce. Try the Ghost Pepper jam if you are in the mood for...More

Thank tfivecs
Reviewed 16 December 2015 via mobile

First let me say that this is not a super-informative action-packed tour like you might find at, say, Ben & Jerry's, but I have been visiting the Crowley Cheese factory since I was a kid and I love it. There did used to be more...More

Thank Rebecca B
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