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“Lost on me”
Review of Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages
Ranked #1 of 13 things to do in Barre
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: The world's largest quarry.
Reviewed 29 July 2017

We were there with a group and unfortunately the power had gone out so we were not able to do the factory tour which probably would have been more interesting to me. It was awesome though seeing the 600 foot quarry and listening to the tour guide describe it. I think I'll have to watch "How it's Made" to understand a lot of what we were told. It went over my head.

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Reviewed 21 July 2017

our first time seeing a working stone quarry. we got there early but they opened the store for us and we watched a very informative 16 minute film about the quarry. we didnt stay for the van tour to the quarry itself, but we did the free self guided tour thru the working factory. he guide was very helpful and pleasant and answered any questions we had. probably not interesting for younger children, but we loved it

Thank j0m4r
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Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

We found Rock Of Ages from TripAdvisor. Located in Barre, Rock of Ages harvests granite from the local mountains and sends their product all over the world. Their main focus is to create memorials for families. There is a tour available and it is worth the ticket price. They take you by van to the top of the quarry by a guide who explains the whole process. In addition, you can get a behind the scenes view of how the granite becomes a product. It is a fascinating process. The workers obviously take pride in their work.

If you are in the area make plans to visit RoCK oF AgEs!!!

Thank grosbea
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Reviewed 16 July 2017

very interesting place, tour was great and guide, learned a lot about the industry of granite well worth the 5 hour trip

Thank paulgX5110FQ
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

The tour was short but interesting. The guide was knowledgeable and always had an answer for the group's questions. You take a small van to the site so there isn't much walking. The site and the vast granite deposit is awesome. On weekdays you can see what they are doing in the 'sculpting' area. There is a short film too part of which is really an advertisement for their memorials.

Thank eeppiy
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