About Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) Tours

Experience one of the world’s most advanced automotive plants and watch Alabama Team Members and amazing robots assemble the Hyundai Sonata and Elantra.

Reservations Required: To book a tour, click here.

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You are invited to come watch the process of building over 1,500 Hyundai cars each work day.  After checking out the display cars in the showroom, you’ll watch a briefing and video before boarding the tour tram and putting on a headset and safety glasses.  Your tour guide will drive you though the manufacturing plant and explain the many steps involved with making a car.  You’ll enjoy watching the technology, learning how it all works, and waving at the enthusiastic Alabama Team Members. 

Reservations Required: To book a tour, click here.

Cost: No Charge

Tour Days and Times: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at  9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2:00 p.m by reservation only.

Evening Tour: Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m., by reservation only.

Note: You must have a confirmed tour reservation before you can enter HMMA.

Tours may be cancelled or postponed on short notice, or without notice, for weather or other business-related issues.


 Tour Information

 

Maximum Number of Visitors per tour 32
Minimum Age 6 years old with a parent or guardian
School or Group Tours Children must be in third grade or above.  One adult for every 10 children must accompany the group and supervise children at all times.
Length of Tour Experience Approximately 1½ hours
Dress Dress appropriately for the weather. The tour route is both inside and outside.
Tour Agenda Please enjoy the new Hyundai vehicles and displays in the showroom prior to your tour. When your tour begins, you will watch a briefing and video before boarding the tour trams. Your tour guide will drive you through the plant while describing the manufacturing process as it happens. Tour guests must wear safety glasses during the tour and will listen to the tour guide on a headset.
Photography Photography is allowed while you are in the Visitor Center only. Once you have boarded the tour trams, photography is prohibited.
Food or Drink No food or drinks are available for purchase. Food and drinks are not permitted on the tour trams.
Gift Shop Open during tour times


No tours are offered the week of 4th of July and the week between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.


Directions:
Click Here for driving directions.

Nearby Attractions:
Rosa Parks Library and Museum, First White House of the Confederacy, Old Alabama Town, Hank Williams Museum, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Civil Rights Memorial and the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail

To download a informational brochure about HMMA, click here.

If you need additional information concerning HMMA’s tour program, contact Public Relations.

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