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Everyone has had or has played a kazoo. What we don't know is the history of the instrument or the company that has made billions (yes that is with a "b") of them. The Kazoo factory is s fun stop that is interesting.
I grew up in East Aurora and have never visited before. We went with my 2 young children and had a great time. The women in the gift shop was friendly and very informative. We purchased many kazoos to take back to England for our...More
This place was a worthwhile detour: fun and educational. We learned and saw these metal, hand-made kazoos made on antique machinery for free. For $2.99 we made our own with a very patient, kind, and instructive lady. Terrific experience for young and all.
Nice little place to stop if ever in the area. They have a little history of three making of the kazoo, a gift shop, and the factory all in one building. It is free to check it all out. The woman that greeted us was...More
We stopped here on the way to Niagara Falls. Every Kid has probably played or heard of the Kazoo. So we decided to see for ourselves how they are made and their history. We got there around 4 but production stopped at 3. The owner...More
A friend told me about this place. The only American made metal kazoo factory. It was interesting to see the process for making a kazoo. Great that adults with disabilities work the machines. The woman that was working the gift shop was very friendly and...More
Easy to get to just off the New York Thruway, the Kazoo Factory, Museum, & Gift Shop is a lot of fun. The folks that run it will enthusiastically tell you everything they know about the culture, manufacturing, and playing of the world's most popular...More
It was close to the thruway as we were road-tripping across New York State, so we had to stop. We learned a lot, saw them making kazoos on original pulley run machines and even made our own kazoos. The people are knowledgeable and friendly.
Located in Eden, N.Y., not far from Buffalo, this quaint metal kazoo factory is tucked away in the back of a gift shop (that contains numerous, and fine items besides kazoos). It is the only operating metal kazoo factory in North America. Free parking is...More