EXPERIENCE RETAIL CENTER
COME BE A PART OF OUR HISTORY
Discover the city's fascinating history, tour the mixer factory, shop and enjoy a culinary adventure at the KitchenAid??Experience retail center. KitchenAid looks forward to sharing with you what makes the KitchenAid Brand a special one.
Our retail center brings our passion alive through exciting activities that celebrate the spirit and pride that is KitchenAid. You will find:
- the most complete collection of first-quality culinary KitchenAid products at the retail store
- refurbished countertop appliances available for purchase at a great value at our outlet store
- free cooking sessions at our demonstration kitchen, giving you the chance to see our appliances in action while learning tips and tricks of the trade
- authentic, vintage KitchenAid artifacts, advertisements and products at our museum that will take you back in time
Monday - Saturday, 9am-6pm EST
423 South Broadway
Greenville, OH 45331
Call for more information
The KitchenAid mixer factory is an astonishing testimony to the craftsmanship and quality of KitchenAid products and the people who build them. We are proud to be a part of the Greenville, Ohio community where the Stand Mixer is engineered and assembled in America.
Tours of the manufacturing facility have been suspended during the busiest season of production. Please feel free to contact the manufacturing plant at the number below for any additional inquiries or questions.
1701 KitchenAid Way
Greenville, OH 45331
HISTORIC GREENVILLE, OH
The charming town of Greenville, Ohio has been the proud home of the KitchenAid??Stand Mixer since 1941, and is like stepping back into American history.
The city's rich heritage includes the 1795 Treaty of Greenville which established the Northwest Territory and fueled the country's westward expansion by giving the new nation important access to the upper Mississippi.
With more than 80 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, a stroll through downtown Greenville evokes the nostalgic feeling of American in the 19th century. Among these is the site that houses the KitchenAid Experience?retail center, which was the Turpin House Hotel from 1885 to 1914.