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Martin Guitars

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Pennsylvania Proud

My husband and I have passed signs for the Martin Guitar Factory tour for years and finally decided... read more

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karenmc90
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Springfield - Delaware County, Pennsylvania
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Take the Tour, Even If You Don't Play a Guitar

My Adult son has had a wide collection of Guitars and played in a band when he was younger. I had... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
fpaul4006
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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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Whether making guitars for god (Eric Clapton) or mortals, Martin Guitar does all 300 steps by hand.
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510 Sycamore St, Nazareth, PA 18064-1046
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My husband and I have passed signs for the Martin Guitar Factory tour for years and finally decided to visit. It was a free, one hour factory tour, with a personable & knowledgeable guide. Tour groups were small with individual headsets. We saw the making...More

Thank karenmc90
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My Adult son has had a wide collection of Guitars and played in a band when he was younger. I had been to Martin before but hadn't taken the more extensive tour. Last year he invited me to go with him for the "Behind the...More

Thank fpaul4006
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Martin offers a free hour long tour of their factory. Everyone is issued headphones so that the tour guide can be easily heard over the noises of the factory. We arrived early to secure our tour reservations and spent an enjoyable hour or so in...More

Thank RedClayRambler
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Once we settled on visiting the Poconos, Martin guitar was my first choice places to visit and take the tour. A tour guide was great. He not only was a tour guide, he also works on the floor and what I believe was an informative...More

Thank Don B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Went to visit the first guitar factory in USA, the C. F. Martin & CO in Nazareth, PA, and was able to leave with a Little Martin! It is incredible how passionate and dedicated everyone working there is to make sure each instrument is delivered...More

Thank LizInRoma
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was on my husbands bucket list. We drove up from Maryland and had a wonderful time. The museum is filled with interesting facts about the many musicians who have played Martin guitars. The highlight of the trip was the factory tour. The artists that...More

Thank familyburke5
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

World famous manufacturers of guitars. Many of the worlds guitarists play Marta Nd snd yiu can see how they are made. Very interesting spot to see the price suction and the people were great here. A must for musicians

Thank Allan S
Reviewed 25 August 2018

If you play guitar and especially acoustic guitar, this should be on your bucket list. Nice factory tour throughout the plant including the 'Custom Shop' which builds Martins from $50,000 to $70,000. The custom shop is out of my league but nice to see the...More

Thank Terry C
Reviewed 24 August 2018

My husband dragged me to this factory but I loved it. Very interesting museum with history of music. Fabulous tour of the factory and free!

Thank jeanine a
Reviewed 16 August 2018

One can get a good look and feel of what it take to build a guitar. Hundreds of craftsman and woman build some of the worlds guitars here. One learns about the history of the guitar and the Martin family and their journey from Germany...More

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micheleanddonald
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Response from Kelly L | Reviewed this property |
Yes, kids are allowed! We took our 6 yr old daughter, 4 yr old son and, 10 month old son and everyone did good- our daughter was alittle tired of walking at the end so you might want to bring a stroller(which will fit... More
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amyew
10 August 2016|
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Response from 136dianew | Reviewed this property |
The Martin Guitar Tour section of the Visit PA website states that the facility is ADA Compliant. As I recall, most of the aisles would accommodate wheelchairs. It was evident that a lot of planning went into this beautiful... More
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JeffGNJ
23 March 2016|
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Response from Ms. Elizabeth C | Reviewed this property |
No, they tell you that on the tour. You have to buy through a dealer. In fact, when we went, every, yes every guitar in production had already been sold. And they DO NOT sell seconds. If they have one that does not meet... More
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