Farm Tour

Located on a beautiful farm in Tumalo, just a few minutes Northwest of downtown Bend, Oregon, Bend Soap Company offers FREE seasonal farm tours that are fun for kids and adults alike. 

Year-round, folks are welcomed to stop by, receive a warm welcome from our staff, and get an exclusive look into the heart of our production facility by participating in a tour of the Soap House. From May through October, we also include our Goat Tour which gives a more in-depth look at the journey from goat to soap.

The Soap House is open from 10am - 5pm, Monday - Friday. Tours can be scheduled for groups of all sizes and ages. So, whether you want to bring your children’s class out for a fun field trip, or your bicycling club wants to stop by on their next ride, our seasonal tours are fun and educational for all ages.

Soap House Tour | 20-30 minutes

Learn how Bend Soap Company first got started and transformed from a hobby business to a global company. During the Soap House Tour, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at how Bend Soap Company turns goat milk into the best all natural soap you can find! Every guest receives a FREE travel size bar as well as the opportunity to purchase products to take home and share with family and friends.

Goat Tour | 30 minutes

During the Goat Tour, guests receive an introduction to our family of goats (the actual goats we use to create each and every one of our goat milk products here at Bend Soap Company!). In addition, you’ll learn about what’s involved in raising goats all the way from kidding through milk production. During late spring and summer months, this also includes being able to hold and pet baby goats.

Schedule Your Tour  

Drop-ins are welcome but for larger groups, and for the best possible experience, please give us as much notice as possible. We want to make sure your group has dedicated staff members to host your tour.

Please note that the tour takes place on a working farm and the visit to the goats will include walking from the soap house to the goat pasture which is approximately 250 yards on a gravel farm road.

Request a tour by filling out the form below!