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Fox News Ranked Us as a Top 10 Must-See Factory Tour!


AirstreamPlant37Highly distinguishable because of its unique shape, the Airstream Travel Trailer has become an American icon. As such, it’s no wonder adventurers from all over are curious to know how they are made. We have even made it onto Fox News’ list of the 10 Must-see American Factory Tours (view the full slideshow). Why? Because though the pursuit of simplicity appears to be a modern convention, it’s been our business model for over 80 years.

Every year, we get thousands of visitors who come to see if it’s really true how each of our travel trailers is handcrafted using real rivets. Plus, they come to share in a piece of history and become a part of an elite group of Airstreamers the world over.

So, if you’ve ever wondered how an Airstream is made, come to our free factory tour and see how we handcraft every single piece of the Airstream Travel Trailer. Handcrafted means so much more after you see it in action. Schedule a tour now.


Several weeks ago I requested a 
brochure on your travel trailers 
and I never received the brochure. 
I am not able to download a brochure as I am not using my computer, I am using a computer at 
a library so I would need to have 
a brochure sent to me by mail. 
It can be sent to Albert J. Boda 
@P.O. Box 1261 Lompoc, CA 93438 
Thank you 
Albert Boda 
Posted @ Thursday, September 20, 2012 5:45 PM by Albert J. Boda
I just love airstreams. Some day I wish to own one. Thay are the best hands down!
Posted @ Saturday, October 20, 2012 2:27 PM by Mrs. Terri Simmers
Please send me a pamphlet of you products. 
4746 E. Skyline Dr. Lot#33 
Laramie, WY 82070-5770 
this would be greatly appreiated. Thank You.
Posted @ Saturday, October 20, 2012 2:32 PM by Mrs. Terri Simmers
In 1963 I bought a 1963 Bambi Airstream from Bert's Trailer Sales, Michigan City, Indiana. I hitch to 1963 VW. My first trip was to Weiser, Idaho in 1964. I was a young man then. Next week I will be 98.
Posted @ Tuesday, October 23, 2012 9:24 AM by James N. Clark
Posted @ Tuesday, November 20, 2012 1:47 PM by GABRIEL RODRIGUEZ
I am glad to see that Airstream still manufactures it's trailers in the U.S.A, and has not strated manufacturing in China. As a victim of Loan Fraud and Foreclosure fraud of a home that I owned for 15 years, I have been homeless and living out of my car for the past two years, and hope to be able to afford a Airstream trailer some day, and will never buy another home in America. 
Jose F. Medeiros, San Jose, Cal
Posted @ Friday, November 30, 2012 6:43 PM by Jose Francisco Medeiros
This is crazy! I can't find anything that tells me the location of the factory.
Posted @ Wednesday, December 05, 2012 3:45 PM by Ed Johnson
I was going to make the same comment, but then I found the link off the Airstream home page under Corporate. 
"Tours of our Jackson Center, Ohio factory are available Monday through Thursday at 2 p.m. Friday tours take place after normal production hours. The tour includes a ¾ mile walk, beginning in the service lobby. Eye protection and hearing protection required; no sandals or open toe shoes, please. Requests for special needs or groups of 10 or more must be made in advance. (937) 596-6111. "
Posted @ Wednesday, December 05, 2012 5:28 PM by Jose Francisco Medeiros
Hi, I put 1980 as an arbitrary year as I want a one person + cat trailer. Self contained. Warm in the Winter, Cool in the Summer w/cooking and toilet facilities. Good shape. I was on the air broadcasting for 40 years and my engineer handled the technical aspect of things. I've never looked under the hood of my '01 Jeep Grand Cherokee V-8/88k miles but I've kept the maintenance checks current. Runs like a top. Is their an Airstream out there for a 67 year old man and his cat. We crave self containment, security and privacy. Any information you could provide regarding price, current owners of like model trailers we could talk to..I'd appreciate it! Thanks, Johnny
Posted @ Thursday, February 14, 2013 6:25 PM by johnny Marks
We have a 1947 airstream, VIN# 1204. 
All rivets in tact, needs an oval window. We bought it 11 years ago. would like to restore. any tips would stream line our process. Thank you. =)
Posted @ Tuesday, February 26, 2013 10:49 PM by joni
The factory is located in Jackson Center, Ohio. I too, thought how strange to offer tours without giving a location.
Posted @ Friday, April 12, 2013 11:19 AM by Kit
I am comimg with the GOBA bike ride in June. Can you give me info on the tour/ price to tour/ times. 
Posted @ Tuesday, April 16, 2013 11:18 AM by Ken Mack
I was very disappointed with the new Airstreams that I went through recently...NO Storage at all...Not good!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
The MB versions need slide outs...Much to cramped. 
I have an 2004 Airstream and it is much more practical..
Posted @ Thursday, May 30, 2013 10:38 AM by Sandy Manger
I had a 33ft motorhome and lived in it for 10 yrs, however I lost it and my Jeep due to our wonderful economy, After getting back on my feet I'm looking foreward to gettin back to the travelers lifestyle, This time I'm lookin to get a travel trailer and a van to pull it with, (a van for extra closet and storage space), Air stream really looks good, especially the classic, LOVE the hickory wood decor. Perfect for a traveling Hippie, looking forward to one of these becoming my new home. 
Posted @ Saturday, June 08, 2013 6:54 PM by DuWayne Hermann
I love airstream, 
Jiri to Everest Base camp trek
Posted @ Friday, November 29, 2013 1:53 AM by mina thapa
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