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Fruit & Spice Park

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Fruit & Spice Park

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24801 SW 187th Ave, Homestead, FL 33031-1708
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Travelers in Miami may get swept up in the culture and energy of this vibrant city, but to get the most out of a South Florida vacation, no trip is complete without visiting tropical Key West. On this private tour, enjoy the quintessential Key West experience, with round-trip travel from Miami. Highlights include stops for fruit smoothies, shore fishing and snorkeling, and a stroll through the historic streets of Old Town Key West.
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Susan b wrote a review Aug 2020
Seminole, Florida267 contributions59 helpful votes
First note: due to COVID, the tram tours have been suspended. They have not been able to get their website updated to reflect that. The entry fee is $10. The young lady at the gate booth was so sweet and informative. We unfortunately arrived at the hottest part of the day, so we had to cut our walk short. But is a beautiful display of exotic trees, an herb garden, and many palms, bamboo and some cacti. Without a guide it is hard to know what one is looking at, as markers are few. I am giving the park a full five because it is a unique and educational place and a feast for the eyes. Maybe we can return post COVID and in cooler weather.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Donald S wrote a review Apr 2020
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The entry was a very reasonable $10. We arrived before 1pm so we decided to eat at the restaurant/cafe first. The lobster roll was very nice. As someone who loves gift shops, I would have liked to see a lot more local, food stuffs in the store like jams, chutneys, spices, etc. We then caught the tram ride at 1:30. It ran around the park for an hour with stops along the way where the guide would point at the different trees and give some interesting tidbits on the different trees. There is also the ability to walk around the park with a map of the trees in each area. I think on our next visit, we will pack a picinic basket as there is a nice picnic area in the park by the lake. Overall a very nice experience for the price.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jmarpere wrote a review Mar 2020
Sitges, Spain290 contributions14 helpful votes
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Drove to Homestead, FL, to visit the Fruit & Spice Park. It is a little bit over 1 hour from Fort Lauderdale or 45 minutes from Miami. This is a very nice, and well taken care off 37-Acre Botanical garden, with over 500 varieties of fruits, vegetables, spices and herbs. It is open 7 days a week, from 9 to 5. After you pay the entrance (about $10 per person) you walk to a little train which the guide will drive around while he explains about the different trees and plants in the garden. He also handles over the visitors samples of fruits, leaves and others to smell and taste. All in all a good experience if you have couple of hours. There is a little restaurant adjacent to the park. They have wonderful lobster-rolls. Simple but nice place for lunch.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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cynthia h wrote a review Mar 2020
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you will start your visit with a sampling table of currently ripe fruit...yum! Be sure to call ahead and find out when the guided tram tours run. you will need a guide to understand how great this place is.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ecolu wrote a review Feb 2020
Peoria, Illinois69 contributions38 helpful votes
Loved this interesting park with fruit and spice trees from around the world. I took the tram tour with is a must, but agree that the sound system needs to be upgraded as sometimes could not understand our guide. She was very knowledgeable and we had the opportunity on the tour to try ice cream bananas which are sweeter than most varieties. The fruit samples in the entry area were exotic and fun to try. Everyone was very friendly and helpful.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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