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Florida Citrus Tower, Clermont

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  • On a romantic getaway to Disney World, we decided to pepper in some Old Florida to mix up our trip. The Citrus Tower is one such landmark that is not to be missed. It is the perfect reminder of a diff...  more »
  • If in the area, please give this a try, but not worth going out of your way for it. The cost is only $6.00. You enter through the gift shop, well it IS Florida after all. At over 200 feet , up a small...  more »
  • There was a time 50 years ago when you could see gorgeous green citrus groves as far as the eye could see from atop the Citrus Tower in Clermont. There's a nice gift shop in the lobby that has a range...  more »
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  • Really great historical site, but falling into disrepair. This was created to be a Florida icon, and doesn't appear to have ever really taken off as a tourist attraction. It seems to have been designed and conceived of with good intentions, but is an example of the fallacy of the "build it and they will come" adage.
  • Cool place to check out Clermont's unique place in Florida's agricultural history. Travel 10-floors above the hilly terrain and view the bustling area as citrus farmers did nearly 50 years ago when the Clermont area was nothing but orange groves, as far as the eye can see! Put in perspective the view managers and tourists had as tractors and pickers traveled acres to process the millions of oranges that produced your morning cup of juice across the country.
  • Fun, nostalgic visit to ride the elevator to the top and look around for miles in all directions in the 360 degree walk-around observation deck. For only $6 bucks, it's well worth a brief stop.
  • Take a long hard look at "Old Florida" before it completely is over developed! This tower will show you how so much has changed in the last 50 years here. Worth the admission - go see it!
  • Can be seen for miles. Cellphone aerials spoil the looks of the tower a little.