I see an older thread from last year has been closed, thought I would post this in case anyone has an interest in the show and visiting the shop. Stopped there last week. Quite a few people there. Small gift shop with shirts, mugs, pics, etc... small showroom with some restored stuff in it. You can take pics here. The free tour takes about 10 minutes. Once you go through the doors you are not allowed to take any pics, some of the items on display will be seen in upcoming shows. There are 4-5 rooms with large glass windows you can look into. The guide (not someone on TV) explains each room and you can see the guys working. Cowboy was crating up a piece, Kyle was assembling something, the painter guy (forgot his name) was working on something. It's pretty interesting and free. Well worth the stop. If you want a behind the scenes tour it's $60 for your group/family. One group at a time. We did it. Brently gave us the tour. There are 2 boneyards, one you see on TV and one you don't. We went through both. You can take all the pics you want. Brently was great, very interesting explanations on stuff (there is a 2-3 year wait if you bring something in to be restored, that's how busy they are now). He couldn't have been nicer. Not the goofball he's sometimes made out to be on the show. That tour was about 20-30 minutes, no rush. There were 3 groups waiting for that tour when we were finished. They were doing some filming when we were there (they film 7 months out of the year). We didn't see any actually filming inside the shop but they were filming interviews with Tyler and then Brently outside of the building. We saw Rick's brother Ron in the boneyard but not Rick (he was in the office). All in all it was a fun time even if you just do the free tour.