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Plymouth Artisan Cheese, Plymouth

(4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful artisanal cheese: we can observe the manufacturing, there is a "Museum" on the floor, and the cheese is good. Still, it can't go to Vermont without snack buy cheddar!
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  • If you're close by it would be a nice stop, but not worth going out of your way for, in winter anyway. The adjacent museum is closed and there's nothing else around. Anything they are selling in the s...  more »
  • Cute little cheese shop with great cheese. They offer samples of all their cheese. Other various foods and gift items for sale. The cheese factory was not operational while we were there.  more »
  • Looks like Abraham Lincoln and Oprah got to sample this true gem before we did, but we agree with the celebrities...Plymouth Artisan Cheese is stellar in taste and texture and the creamery has a beautiful museum and is a most majestic and scenic site.
  • We visited around 4pm on Saturday, missing the tour unfortunately, but had a brilliant time chatting to the assistant cheese makers in the gift shop and tasting the full range of cheeses that they make. The gift shop sells a really interesting range of artisanal goods too (cider, ale, wine, meat, maple syrup, etc). This really was the highlight of our weekend trip to Vermont. The cheese was fantastic, the staff were very friendly and enthusiastic, and the site has such great history. I recommend a visit unreservedly.