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We took two of our grandchildren here who play ball. Grand son is ten and said it was "awesome". Granddaughter and grandson both liked the colors. Did not realize this small factory made so many bats for major league players. The tour guide was very...More
This little gem is hidden away but supplies baseball bats for many major leaguers! The tour is short (not much goes into making a bat) but it is very interesting... And it's free! Best way to find it is via GPS. A great stop if...More
I'm staying at a campground in Cook's Forest area and picked up the advertisement card for free tours at BWP Bats. I thought it might be cool and planned on buying my grandson a bat for his birthday. When I walked in, the guy acted...More
So, this is a quick fix to start your day of being a tourist. Interesting place; nothing remarkable but one does learn intimately how a baseball bat is made, start to finish. The lathes that actually make the bats are quite impressive; and, then, the...More
This place was super far from where we were staying in Cook Forest but we chose several things to do out in Brookville to make the stop worth it. I was surprised to find it extremely small with only 3 employees. It was an interesting...More
This is a VERY quick tour to see how baseball bats are made. You see the forming of bats from start to finish, sort of. Sort of, is because if the worker is not working at that moment you end up with just a quick...More
We stopped here on our way through as a place to stretch before continuing our long drive. I wouldn't go out of my way to visit here, but since it's fairly close to I-80, it was worthwhile--plus it was free. We were there probably a...More
BWP Bats are not widely used in Major League Baseball, but they are quality bats and I can honestly say have performed wonderfully for me in hardball games.
The facility is deceptively small and the tour starts in a basement workshop, but the skill and...More