What To Expect

When touring the PRS factory, you can expect to get a firsthand look at our processes, instruments, and amplifiers from raw wood or blank chassis form to finished guitar or amplifier. What we hope you leave with is a unique view into not just our work but the people building PRS. The craftspeople here are a unique bunch. We have a passion for building instruments and also for the music that these instruments help create. There is a special kind of pride and individual ownership surrounding our instruments. From our experience, there is no better way to see this unique aspect of PRS than to walk through the shop.

As our guest, you will see our guitar manufacturing line, our SE Series inspection team, and our amplifier department. While not physically demanding, the tour does include walking and climbing a flight of stairs (elevators are available for guests with special needs). The tour may not be suitable for children under 10 years old due to its length and technical nature.

West Street East Store

During your visit, be sure to explore our “West Street East” store and museum room where you will find PRS apparel, parts, and accessories. The store also features a selection of guitars from the PRS archives for you to enjoy and a broad line up of our current offerings that you can actually play!

Store hours are Monday – Friday, 9:00 – 3:00.

Shop West Street East

Schedule Your Tour

Tours are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 and 1:00 and last approximately 90 minutes.
Tours are limited to groups of six and are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please no photo/video during your tour
closed-toed shoes are recommended
please arrive 10-15 min before your tour time

Tours are offered for $5 per person. All tour attendees will receive a gift at the conclusion of the tour as well as a 10% discount in the PRS West Street Store.

For group tour requests, please submit your request here. We will review all requests and respond accordingly.


There may be some exceptions to the general schedule laid out here. To ensure a tour is available on the day you wish to visit, please make a reservation via the "Book Now" button below.

Tour availability cannot be guaranteed without a reservation.

In the case of inclement weather, please call ahead to make sure the factory is open: 410-643-9970

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Directions & Parking

We're looking forward to your visit! The PRS factory is located on Kent Island, MD at:

There are four visitor spots and four accessible parking spots available in the front lot at PRS. If the visitor spaces are full when you arrive, you are welcome to park along the circle.

Stellar Tour! Exceeded Expectations! Thank you Hunter and PRS staff! My husband scheduled a tour for our family of six for our oldest daughter's 16th birthday. Not only was the visit/tour of PRS factory one of the most incredible family outings we have ever had, it is also one of the most artistically enriching, educational, engaging, and almost 90 minutes long!

- Jennifer R.

My family and I took a tour here and man, I loved it. Only me and my dad are guitar people, but my brother and mom both still really enjoyed the tour. I love their guitars and understand the processes that they go through. They put in so much effort, time, and love into every part of the guitars. They inspect everything they sell, even the guitars that aren't made in this factory. They actively work to make every guitar better. I am and will be a PRS customer for my entire life. They put the same quality into the cheaper series as the more expensive ones.

- Jason R.

Absolutely amazing experience. My wife surprised me today with a trip to PRS. Paul walked up and said "Hi, I'm Paul." He chatted with us for a few minutes and went back to doing his thing. I can't believe the attention to detail that goes into every single guitar. Paul, his staff and instruments are top notch! And the tour was free, what an amazing experience.

- William M.

Can’t visit us in person? No worries, click the links below to watch our virtual factory tour or read the PRS story.