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I'm so glad we went. It was highly informative. Where else can you see steel being pressed and stamped out into car doors and other car parts. It is loud and it's a little warm. My daughter learned a lot about factory work and conditions....More
We enjoyed our tour of the largest auto plant in North America! It was very impressive & we learned a lot! The tours are free but you have to schedule it ahead of time - usually a day or longer ahead of time. Remember to...More
very interesting to see the inside of the factory, although it was too noisy to really understand/hear what was being said.If you are a local it is something I feel you should see at least once.....maybe if you have children interested in engineering or out...More
This free tour was truly eye opening. With over 8,000 Nissan employees and 6 million square feet of factory this place is ENORMOUS! We loved hearing about the rate of production (2 cars come off the line a minute) the benefits for employees and getting...More
Had great and really impressive tour at the Nissan factory in Smyrna. Really amazing how big, and the amount of cars they produce per day.
Nice to see the process from sheet metal to finished car.
A little bit disappointed that there was no change...More
We were so happy when we arrived at the facility. The tour people were very nice, the facility is great. Put our parking permit on the dash, parked in the correct area., Then, we walked to the entrance. The group soon gathered, not a packed...More
Hour Tours are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10AM and 1PM. Call or e-mail the facility to schedule tours. They fill up fast, so you must schedule tours at least 4 weeks in advance, Cell phones, cameras, and all other recording devices are prohibited...More
Even if you are not into Nissan vehicles, this tour is quite interesting. The 90 minute tour takes you on a tram around the assembly plant, while the driver's assistant talks about the entire process of assembly as you are listening through headsets. Starting in...More
We reserved our tickets a month in advance of the tour. They offer tours on Tuesday and Thursdays. You just e-mail them the day you are interested in and they send you your ticket and time for that day and guidelines for the tour. Very...More