Travel Guide to California

jelly belly

Tours, Jelly Belly bean art and
sweet treats galore

by lenore greiner

If you’re a fan of Jelly Belly’s extra-ordinary jelly bean flavors, such as Margarita or Toasted Marshmallow, head to the Visitor Center, found half-way between San Francisco and Sacramento.

While there, take the self-guided Factory Tour that follows an elevated quarter-mile tour lane for a bird’s-eye view of the operation below. HD videos explain the process and, for more enjoyment, you can play a couple of interactive games. In addition, the tour now includes a ride on the Jelly Belly Express (weather/staffing permitting) to the new Jelly Belly Museum, a whimsical and interactive experience on the history of candy-making processes and the growth of the Jelly Belly Candy Company.

The Visitor Center also features a large candy store, with a wide variety of Jelly Belly flavors and candies. And the Jelly Belly Café serves both breakfast and lunch, offering unique menu items such as bean-shaped burgers and pizza.

Be sure to view the collection of framed works displayed in the Bean Art Gallery with mosaics crafted by talented artists using only Jelly Belly jelly beans.

Since Jelly Belly also makes high-quality chocolates, stop by the Chocolate Shoppe and Fudge Counter. Or book a Chocolate & Wine Experience, which perfectly pairs local Suisun Valley wines with handmade chocolates.

To experience the factory tour, head to: 1 Jelly Belly Lane in Fairfield, CA. Tour tickets cost $7 for adults and $3 for children.

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