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Turkey Hill Experience

www.turkeyhillexperience.com

Come learn how our ice cream is made, sit in our milk truck, create your own virtual ice cream flavor and packaging and star in your own Turkey Hill Commercial. Milk our mechanical cows and learn about the people and culture of Turkey Hill Dairy. Enjoy unlimited free samples! New for 2014, the Taste Lab: a hands-on, educational experience allowing you to develop and taste the flavor you created virtually. Seating is limited, reservations are required. Taste Lab is NOT allergen free. Turkey Hill Experience is the perfect venue for field trips or day camp outings. For special group pricing, contact us at 1.844.847.4884 X108 or groupsales@turkeyhill.com

Contact Information:

Kim Dolly
301 Linden Street
Columbia, PA 17512

Phone: 844-847-4884 x108

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