If you feel it’s crunch time in figuring out how to travel more cheaply in 2016, then the free, self-guided Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory Tour in Hyannis, Mass., should help chip away at figuring out how to travel more cheaply.
Bad puns aside, this is a fun way to see the farm-to-assembly-line process of creating these delicious, hand-stirred, kettle-cooked potato chips. The tour is short but undeniably memorable with its intricate process of creating all natural chips, so we recommend making this fun attraction part of of your Cape Cod vacation. The Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory also features a gift shop with gift and tote bags, mugs, tablet covers, books, puzzles and, of course, all the varieties of Cape Cod Potato Chips.
Located at its facility on 100 Breed’s Hill Rd. near downtown Hyannis, the tours, at this writing, take place Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
For more information, log onto http://www.capecodchips.com/about-us/factory-tour.html, or call 1-888-881-CHIP (2447).