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3D Stone Tour

June 22, 2023 @ 10:00 am EDT

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One event on June 22, 2023 at 10:00 am



Lawrence County Tourism has partnered with 3D Stone, Inc. to bring you two special events for Limestone Month!

Join us for a tour through a limestone production plant and get a glimpse into an industry that is still rocking the nation – literally! This 52,000 sq. ft. facility in Bedford allows for high volume production for all sizes of projects, large and small. You can see their work scattered throughout Indiana, such as the Indiana University campus, Purdue University and the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. The company has grown to become an industry leader, serving big name clients all across the country. Even in Canada!

On the tour, you will see their workers in action – processing limestone by cutting and carving with expert craftsmanship!

These tours are FREE to the public with LIMITED SPACE available.
June 15th  |  10:00 AM
June 22nd  |  10:00 AM

Visitors must comply with the following rules to ensure a safe tour. Failure to follow the rules will keep you from entering the facillity.
– You must be 18 or older to participate.
– You must wear closed-toe shoes while on 3D Stone, Inc. grounds.
– You must wear a hard hat through the duration of the tour. These will be provided for you.
– You must be willing to provide certain information, such as: your full name, contact information, age, workplace and provide a signature.

You must pre-register by June 13th for the June 15th tour OR by June 20th for the June 22nd tour. No one will be allowed to enter the facility without pre-registering.

RSVP by calling (812)849-1090. If we are not in the office, leave a message and we will get back with you as soon as we can! To make sure we can accommodate space for others, please only register for one tour.

1201 Limestone Drive
Bedford, Indiana 47421



June 22, 2023
10:00 am
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