Discover the inner workings of the snack food capital through Hanover tours!  


Snyder’s of Hanover

Snyder’s Pretzel Bakery offers a free in-house tour that combines their exciting history with their fast paced manufacturing facility.  They welcome pretzel lovers of all ages, but please note that the tour is suited for ages 5 and up.

On the guided walking tour you’ll see raw material warehouse, finished goods warehouse (where you will see robotics at work), and the state of the art packing room. After that you’ll see the oven room where you can almost taste the pretzels.  The tour starts and ends at the Factory Store where you will be treated to a free bag of pretzels at the completion of the tour.  The tour lasts approximately 30 minutes and everyone participating must be able to climb stairs.

We’re sorry, but we can’t allow any pictures to be taken on the tour.

Revonah Pretzels

Did you know Revonah is “Hanover” spelled backwards?

You can take a tour of Revonah Pretzels Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., reservation recommended.  The length of the tour is 20 minutes, and there is no admission charge.

Motorcoaches are welcome, but please pre-schedule bus tours. The tour is handicap accessible. To make a reservation call 717-630-2883.

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Utz Quality FoodS

See and smell the making of the famous Utz Potato Chips and Snacks at the over 600,000 square foot facility in Hanover, Pennsylvania.  The Utz Potato Chip Trip is fun for the whole family, a learning experience for young and old, and a snack lover’s delight. Come and enjoy the free tour at your own pace!  Monday through Thursday, 8 .a.m. – 4 p.m.

Martin’s Potato Chips

Using only the best chipping potatoes and maintaining high quality oils for frying are just two of the many factors that make Martin’s Potato Chips taste so great. Having a dedicated and motivated workforce has been the most important ingredient for their success over the years.


Hanover Fire Museum

Hanover’s Fire Department Museum is located at 241 North Franklin Street. It opened its doors in June 2012. The museum highlights the evolution of the fire service in the Hanover area and honors those who dedicated their lives to protecting the community.

Hanover Shoe Farms

Hanover Shoe Farms was built on love and dedication—Lawrence Sheppard’s everlasting love of the Standardbred horse and his unwavering dedication to the art of improving the breed. As things have changed throughout the years, these things have remained foremost at Hanover Shoe Farms.