The self-guided, 10 stop Tabasco® factory tour will take you through the history and process of Tabasco® Sauce.
TABASCO Museum™ and TABASCO Country Store® open 9am-4pm CST daily.
Reservations required and cash is not accepted at this time.
Phone: (337) 373-6139
Holiday Closures: New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
The Factory Tour is currently closed due to COVID-19. We anticipate re-opening later this spring. The TABASCO Museum™ and TABASCO Country Store® are currently open.
Tour the history and production of TABASCO® Sauce on Avery Island, Louisiana. Including: TABASCO® Museum, Pepper Greenhouse, Barrel Warehouse, Blending and Bottling, Avery Island Conservation, Salt Mine diorama, TABASCO® Country Store, and 1868! Restaurant.
For groups of 20 or more, please e-mail email@example.com or call 337-373-6139 to inquire about discounted rates. When you e-mail, please provide the name of your group, total number of attendees (including number of adults, children, and seniors), if you plan to dine at Restaurant 1868, and any other special requests.
Learn the history of TABASCO® Sauce, Avery Island, and the McIlhenny family.
View a variety of peppers from seedings to full grown plants used to make TABASCO® Family of Flavors®.
Visit the barrel warehouse for a peek at the pepper mash aging process.
Watch the 28-day blending process of salt, peppers, and vinegar in action to make TABASCO® Sauce.
Learn about what makes Avery Island the perfect place to manufacture TABASCO®
See a sneak peek into what it’s like in the salt mine.
Watch us bottle TABASCO® Sauce for distribution to 195 countries.
Learn how TABASCO® Sauce has been flavoring the world of today’s kitchens and
Sample our sauces and stock up on TABASCO® brand gear.
Visit Restaurant 1868 for lunch after the tour and see how TABASCO® Sauce will Flavor Your