地方不大，但是集合了宜蘭各鄉鎮農會的特產地方不是特別大，但是如果想買一點當地的農特產品，倒是形形色色的特色伴手禮，或是糕餅禮盒蠻多的，其中的有機豆漿是一個特有產品！ 觀光工廠有一些當地農作的器械或是時節的展示，不過不是民間的營利機構，相對展示都比較簡單樸素！ 另外一個建築內有DIY的課程，有興趣也可以參考！
很好的DIY體驗原本孩子們想吃豆花, 我們預訂了做5個豆花DIY的。, 但到了後, 工作人員建議我們改做2個手工豆腐及3個豆花, 原因是部份孩子年紀較大, 可以做一些程序較複雜的DIY。幸好有工作人員的提點, 孩子們都玩得很開心! 豆腐豆花好吃, 豆奶也很好喝, 非常好的一次體驗!
Excellent introduction to tofu making and the history of the regionWe are a family of parents and two young adults touring the Yilan area after visiting Taroko Gorge. Having eaten tofu all our lives, we were keen to find out how it is made. We signed up for a DIY tour. We made an appointment and were met by Mr Lin, our host for 1.5 hours who was also the one who demonstrated the making of tofu, and instructed the three of us who signed up for the DIY tour. We were the only ones in the workshop, although in an adjacent room, there were many more seats and tables, obviously used for much larger groups. Mr Lin was very engaging, telling us about the development of the region in the last several decades, and how tofu and preserved ducks eggs which the company produced, among other things, became part of the development of the agricultural industry there. Making the tofu (we signed up for two things : bean curd (a popular desert eaten in Asia) as well as tofu (nowadays commomly eaten worldwide) was great fun, enlivened by Mr Lin's commentary. We were much better able to appreciate not just how tofu was made (important for young people who nowadays are wont to think chickens grow in supermarkets) but also a better appreciation of this part of Taiwan. A few hours well spent.