Expensive but fun place - Ronald Reagan Jelly Beans are the best.
Realized a personal lifetime objective by visiting. I can't say I was overwhelmed though, maybe because I was there on a day when the factory was idle. Still, for Jelly Belly fans, it's a must.
Do the tour!
Get in my belly
Great for the kids and kids at heart. No weekend production.
free sample as much as you want :) my fav. buttered popcorn, top banana, toasted marshmallow, n cappuccino! (stick to the classic guys... beanboozled sucks!!!)
Don't go here during spring break- hour wait for tour
Great tour to take. Not as busy during the week. Sample bar is a good place to try out the new flavors. Expensive stuff to buy though. There is a military discount!
Best factory tour!
Remembered visiting this place decades ago. Amazing that they kept on going and going, and the many flavors they keep introducing over time is unbelievable. A must visit for international visitors.
Their huge variety of jelly bean flavors
Free tour with free samples! Plus get any kind of Jelly Belly in the store. You can now try all those recipes with rate flavors!
Tour here is perfect time & definitely a place for kids and those kids at heart
Wine tasting on 2nd floor
The smells, Mmmm yummy!!!
Free tour 9-4 pm
Don't recommend going on the tour on the weekend, factory workers are off. There were some parents that took their kids out early because their kids were bored/crying. Free samples though!
Come during the week to see the factory in full operation. No workers not working machines on the weekend.
We queued for 2 1/2 hours, not really worth it for a 30 min tour and they only give you a couple of samples!
You must take the Jelly Belly Factory Tours! :-D
Tour is nice. Be prepared for lots of young children and strollers.
wi-fi network: Jelly Belly Guest Internet wi-fi password: none - via 4sqwifi.com
Check out their discount store for outlet prices!
Take the tour and sample the fudge, the chocolate bacon fudge is different but in a good way
Don't go on Holiday, lines for tour are too long.
Bypass the factory tour line by doing the chocolate wine tasting.
Bring your own hat or they make you wear dorky paper ones.
Wonderful place! Go during the week when workers are working, and also purchase the flops.
Wine & Chocolate tasting--- we'll worth the $15
Arrive early otherwise you will have to navigate through hundreds of miniature humans.
It's a Monday at 2pm and the crowd is crazy! Over an hour approx wait time to take a tour :(
Fun fun fun and sweets haha
Great Tour with Kate. Free samples and end of the tour bag of Jelly Belly's . Its free and totally worth it. Only an Hour from San Francisco.
Be prepared to wait in a long line for the tour.
The tour is guided and about 45 mins long. Lines can be long, but it moves quickly!
Tour is about an hour long. Check out clearance area.
Reserve spots in the factory tour ahead of time. They're small (up to 6 people) tours of the inside of the factory. You can easily get 4 times the free samples you'd get in the other tours.
Get cheap fun. Free tour and lots of candy.
They provide free tours at their factory! Plus, they give you free sample size jelly beans at the end of the tour.
No production on weekends, if you wanna see the actions, go on weekdays! :)
Tours can be a long wait, especially during heavy traffic times (spring break, summer, etc.). Get there early.
The barf jelly bean takes you back to college.
Note worthy is that the belly flop sale location also sells items that were tried but sometimes not successful (in the US), so you can score some quite tasty uncommon candy from them!
Come before 10am to avoid the crowds.
Good free tour with lots of samples. A must-do when visiting the Napa area.
Visit on a week day when the factory in operation
Get here early during Summer to avoid lines.
You're not allowed to take pictures on the tour, but there are lots of bean-esque things in the shop to get fun photos with!