Sunday, June 23, 2013

Harley Davidson Factory Tour

Hi Everyone,

You know there's nothing I like to do than promote things to see in the Kansas City area.  If you live in the area, or are visiting this year sometime here's something you motorcycle riders might like to visit, and it's free.  Wink!  This might even interest those who don't ride motorcycles. 
Harley Davidson Plant in Kansas City
Inside front entrance
Harley Davidson is an equal opportunity factory

Just a few weeks ago, we went to the Harley Davidson Factory to watch them make motorcycles.  Our tour guide was terrific, and we received a lot of information.  Just remember no open-toed shoes for this tour. 

The Kansas City, MO plant is where the vehicle and power train operations are located.  I found the
inspection process interesting.  And guess what all Harley's are made in the good old U.S.A. 
I only saw workers, so if they weren't working they were hiding.
I have never seen a place this clean.  The people are courteous and watchful for our safety during the tour.  Also, there is a gift shop in the front entrance.
Here is the Kansas City website:  Also, you may go to to learn of other factories you can visit.  And, here's a review site to see if you want to spend your time visiting the plant.

Thanks everyone for visiting my website this week, and come back next week.

Sandra K. Marshall, Author


Melissa Keir said...

What a fun tour! I love that Harley is made in the USA! You can tour the Ford Plant in Michigan. It's a part of the Henry Ford Experience, The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. I love taking students there!

Sandy said...

Thanks for coming by, Melissa. I would love to visit the Ford Museum some day.

There are so many things in the Kansas City area to see, and not just museums either.

Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy said...

Very cool! One of my cousins works at the plant and it is indeed an awesome tour!!

The Comeback Kid said...

Thanks for the info Sandy. I never thought about doing that. Now I will.

Suzy said...

I'm putting that on my -to do- list. Thanks!

Sandy said...

Lee Ann, it looks like a good clean job for your cousin to have.

You're welcome Comeback Kid and Suzy.

Robin Glasser said...

Hi Sandy,
Used to ride when I was younger but always as a passenger! Interesting stuff...keep it up.
HUGE hugs,

Guaranteed to put a twinkle in your eyes & sparkles in your pants