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We are the oldest active bottling plant in the United States and offer tours of our historic building on Saturdays at 11am and 1pm and any time by appointment. Please call ahead. Simpson Spring is a family owned and operated company that provides...more
I never knew this place existed. I've heard of the soda but thought it was long gone. The market is a nice lazy thing to do on a Saturday. Browse the little stands for foods, sodas, water or homemade soaps, homemade handbags!
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It's important to support these genuine hardworking American businesses. Pride of ownership is evident here and the quality of soda is amazing. Simpson Spring has been below the radar for a long time and it's time for this place to get recognized for its one...More
This is not by any means a fancy factory tour. In fact, when they give them on Saturdays, the plant isn't running. What you do see is a struggling labor of love, with some very interesting historical artifacts. The woman who is one of the...More
Tucked away down a dirt road in South Easton, MA is a spring water gem! Its like traveling through time when times were all natural, pure and simple. Not only is their spring water way better than any national brand...move over Poland Springs...they also bottle...More
Take the tour. What an awesome old bottling place. Always love going there. Best soda and water around! They have different events. Last winter I brought my grandson to see real dog sleds. The dogs were great and not something my grandson could see up...More
This is the oldest bottling plant in the country. They make and bottle their own sodas. They have a natural water spring underground that dates back several thousand years. They offer tours and also sell their sodas and spring water.
We just learned about Simpson Spring after living in Easton, MA for 9 years!! There is a small farmer's market on Saturday from 10-2 year round. There is a mix of food (cookies, breads, etc), coffee, organic beauty products, alpaca products, and of course Simpson...More