Touring the Case factory is another exclusive benefit of being a Case Collectors Club member and we encourage you to stop by for a visit (please give us a minimum of 48 hours notice). While here, be prepared to embark upon a fascinating journey. Visit with old Case friends. Make some new friends. Ask questions. We will take you through our 160-step process that has produced knives worthy of the famous Case trademark for over 100 years.
We welcome you to stop by for a once-in-a-lifetime Case factory tour experience. Our factory tours are an exclusive benefit to members of the Case Collectors Club. Before planning your trek to Bradford, PA, please note the following:
- - Tours are currently offered Monday thru Thursday mornings at 8:30am. Factory Tours are currently not offered on Fridays.
- - Requests for tours may be made by calling us directly at (800) 523-6350. Please allow 48 hours advance notice.
- - Each member may bring up to two (2) non-members as guests. Please note, there is a maximum 6 people per tour (all parties combined).
- - Tours generally take two hours but can vary.
- - Must be 12 years of age or older. No exceptions.
- - No cameras will be allowed inside the factory.
- - No open-toed, open-heeled shoes or sandals, no heels over 2 inches.
- - No pets unless medically required.
- - Shoulder length hair must be tied back and worn up.
- - Long pants are required for this tour.
- - Safety glasses and ear plugs will be provided for your protection and must be worn throughout the tour.
- - If you have a pacemaker, please notify the representative ahead of time.
“With the automation in the world today, I assumed that your knives were assembled as such. We were surprised at how much hands on labor intensive work went into your product…it is nice to know that one can still purchase a product that is really MADE in the USA from the materials to the labor."
-Frank (Colombus, OH)
“Thank you for the best tour of my life and my Dad’s life. Thanks for showing me all the steps that are needed to make a knife. I didn’t know that it took so many steps to make one. It was really cool how they sharpened the blades. I just love how blades are made.”
-Authur (Junior member from Linden, MI)