The Citrus Tower

Classic Florida

A fun old-school adventure in Central Florida is the Citrus Tower.
A little over 30 minutes from Walt Disney World, an hour and a half from both New Smyrna Beach and Crystal River, it is one of the original Florida attractions!
A visit to the Citrus Tower really makes for a great morning or afternoon adventure.

It’s open 9-5 Monday- Saturday and closed on Sundays.
The cost in January 2015 was: $6 adult $4 children.
Purchase your ticket in the gift shop and ride to the top.
Stay as long as you like.

May I suggest reading the information on the Citrus Tower from their website as you travel to it!

What I really like about the Citrus Tower is the history and simplicity.

An original attraction, before Mickey and Universal, I-Drive and Mall of Millenia.

Simple is good.
Makes you stop and talk. Laugh and enjoy.

The Presidents Hall of Fame sits next door and it worth a look around their gift shop. We found it a little creepy, yet intriguing and funny. Had this not been a tight budget and short time trip we may have paid to see beyond the gift shop.

We had packed a lunch and ate in Waterfront Park, but may I suggest lunch and play at Lake Hiawatha Preserve, they have a new play ground and dog park (November 2014).

That’s it!
A nice visit,
good conversation in the car
and a mini-vacation to refuel and refresh!

Let me know if you make this memory happen in your world!

Happy travels,

all ages
short, half day
little walking
Geocaching nearby

The Citrus Tower
141 North Hwy 27
Clermont, FL 34711

Lake Hiawatha Preserve
Lake Hiawatha
450 N. 12th St.
Clermont, Florida 34711

Roadside America’s Blip on The Citrus Tower (good to read on trip to tower)



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