$175 for a Birthday Party for Up to 16 with Food, Private Room, and a Factory Tour at Hammond's Candies ($350 Value)

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Party guests revel in a decorated party room and enjoy pizza, ice cream, goodie bags, and a candy-factory tour

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 15th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservations required; subject to availability. 6 week advance reservation required for Saturday birthday parties. Not valid on Sundays, holidays, or during the Candy Cane Festival. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid for up to 16 guests including birthday girl/boy. $25 per additional guest. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$175 for a Mitchell Sweet Birthday-Party Package ($350 Value)

  • Up to 16 guests
  • Fully decorated party room with tablecloths, candy centerpiece, plates, cups, and utensils
  • Private party host
  • Private guided tour of Hammond's Candies factory
  • Two large pizzas
  • Two 2-liter bottles of soda
  • Cups of vanilla or chocolate ice cream

Guests get to make their own candy and sample the free candy of the day. Everyone receives a goody bag, activity book, and 10% discount at the factory store; the birthday girl or boy also gets a 10-ounce lollipop.

Hammond's Candies

Hammond's Candies' history dates back to 1920, when Carl Hammond Sr., armed with the experience of apprenticing at a candy factory during high school, founded Hammond's Candy Company. He helped to develop the company's signature item, a caramel-wrapped marshmallow called the Mitchell Sweet. Today, after generations of expansion, the company stays old school by crafting candies by hand in small batches, just like old-school storks do with artisanal newborns. Hammond's populates celebrations of all kinds with a rainbow of handmade sweets such as lollipops, chocolate bars, candy canes, taffy, caramel corn, and hard and ribbon candy.

The Hammond's Candies factory opens its doors to the public for 30-minute tours that fill mouths with the free candy of the day and brains with sugarcoated science. Guests outfitted in retro-inspired factory hats stroll past steaming vats of caramel and great belts conveying candy canes in the making, catching glimpses of the action through big windows or taking a seat for more focused demonstrations. The factory also hosts parties and special events, complete with decorations, pizza, ice cream, and goody bags.

Hammond's Candies

Hammond's Candies' history dates back to 1920, when Carl Hammond Sr., armed with the experience of apprenticing at a candy factory during high school, founded Hammond's Candy Company. He helped to develop the company's signature item, a caramel-wrapped marshmallow called the Mitchell Sweet. Today, after generations of expansion, the company stays old school by crafting candies by hand in small batches, just like old-school storks do with artisanal newborns. Hammond's populates celebrations of all kinds with a rainbow of handmade sweets such as lollipops, chocolate bars, candy canes, taffy, caramel corn, and hard and ribbon candy.

The Hammond's Candies factory opens its doors to the public for 30-minute tours that fill mouths with the free candy of the day and brains with sugarcoated science. Guests outfitted in retro-inspired factory hats stroll past steaming vats of caramel and great belts conveying candy canes in the making, catching glimpses of the action through big windows or taking a seat for more focused demonstrations. The factory also hosts parties and special events, complete with decorations, pizza, ice cream, and goody bags.

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