536 North Bay Street, Eustis, FL 32726 - United States
The only independently housed citrus museum located in the State of Florida. Eustis was known, both nationally and internationally, as the “Orange Capital of the World.” The museum contains many items relating to the citrus industry in Florida.
Included in the exhibits are some of the various devices used to measure the quality of the fruit - packer’s seals used to emboss their invoices - device to convert ripe “green skinned” oranges to an orange color - a “Grove Chemical Fire Engine” - and many many more items.
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