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The Floral City Heritage Council
P O Box 328
Floral City, FL 34436

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The Floral City Heritage Council Loves Our Library!

Working in partnership with the Floral City branch of the Citrus County Library System, members of the Council will present a variety of Heritage Hours in 2024.
These are typically held on the third Wednesday of every month from 2:00-3:00 pm

Here are the upcoming Heritage Hour topics and presenters:

June 26, 2024: The History of Floral City's Fire Stations
Tom Ritchie will talk about the history and evolution of our local fire stations.

July 26, 2024: Growing Up in Citrus County
Floral City resident Bob Metz will share memories of growing up in Citrus County...before the Internet and other modern conveniences.

September 25, 2024: Rosie the Riveter
Amber Lamoreaux of the Date Battlefield Society will discuss World War II icon Rosie the Riveter - her history, the role of women during the war, and Rosie's influence on modern culture.

Working Together in Floral City

Barberville Yard Art Emporium

Learn More About the Water Fountain Project

What to See

Red Brick Place

Crossland Realty 

Trailside Bike


Withlacoochee State Park  Bike Trail 46 miles

Where to Stay

Sunshine Lodge

Moonrise Resort

Rock Pointe Ranch

Places to eat:

Shamrock Inn: prepares take-out; dining room and bar; no drive through

Pudgee's: prepares take-out; seated dining; no drive-through

Monster's Pizza: Located at 7101 S. Florida Avenue, Floral City pickup and local delivery

Lollygaggers Floral City: dine-in or customer take out

Robin's Country Kitchen: Located at 6889 S. Florida Avenue, Floral City prepares food for take-out; seated indoor and outdoor dining; no drive-through

The Diner: prepares food for take-out; seated dining indoors; no drive-through

The information provided above is done as a courtesy.  The Floral City Heritage Council makes no guarantee as to the quality of products or services received from the above.


Local cemeteries

Floral City Heritage Council partners with Inverness Heritage Council on the care and upkeep of the Dampier Cemetery where Marie Duval is buried.
Floral City has more than 17 cemeteries that have been identified but not yet cataloged.

The Hills of Rest is right on the northern edge of town.

The Frazier/Williams Cemetery (or the Floral City Community Cemetery) on Great Oaks Blvd is a famous entry in the Black History Trail as the oldest African American Cemetery in Florida.

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