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The Fruit & Spice Park is a 37-acre subtropical paradise nestled in the heart of the historic Redland community just 35 miles south of Miami. Surrounded by thousands of acres of tropical agriculture, the Park is a jewel in South Florida’s...more
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Friends brought us to this restaurant located way out of their neighborhood somewhere between Homestead and South Miami and at the entrance to a park. We did not visit the park but definitely enjoyed our lunch in the tiny and unpretentious restaurant at the front...More
Went to enjoy a day out in the sun nd see native plants. The park let’s you eat the fruits, seeds and veggies from the plants and trees as long as it’s fallen off. You can not cut or pick them.
Unless your under the...More
A must see park in Homestead, Miami! Very nice tour with the tractor/train and a very knowledgeable and passionate young lady, I believe her was Jenny!
Lots of different trees, plants, fruits and spices!
Worth it the entrance fee, which includes the tour!
A good place to teach children about tropical fruits and where they come from.
Our family stopped in our way home from vacation . The drive through fruit land park is certainly interesting to see old Florida.
The front office once used to be a...More
We Love this fruit & spice park --have visited it twice and will do so again. Informative and fun open air tour ride around the park-----unusual fruit trees from all over the world. Free tasting of what is in season! Sweet little restaurant also--be sure...More
What an incredible farm in Miami. This is truly a must visit for all interested in tropical fruit. The young woman in the Park office was incredibly friendly and knowledgeable about the fruits and happy to share some of the samples. She even let me...More
We took the tram ride. The tram was several cars long. The people in the last car did not know which tree or bush the docent was talking about since she did not have a pointer, nor did she get out of the tram. It...More
Disappointment to say the least. The only fruit we found on the ground, was rotting and had insects crawling on it. So we didn't get to try much. We spoke with a man with a mustache and he didn't seem to have very much knowledge...More