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Florida City is a city in Florida. It is one of the southernmost cities in the contiguous 48.


Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

Miami International Airport in Miami.

By car[edit]

US Route 1 (South Dixie Highway), the Florida Turnpike (Route 821) and Route 997 all run right through Florida City.

Get around[edit]


Map of Florida City
  • 1 Florida Pioneer Museum, 826 S Krome Ave, +1 305-246-9531. Florida Pioneer Museum (Q5461549) on Wikidata Florida Pioneer Museum on Wikipedia
  • 2 Homestead Bayfront Park, 9698 SW 328th St, +1 305-230-3033. Sunrise-sunset. A natural atoll pool and beach next to Biscayne National Park. It has a full-line snackbar, picnic pavilions, grills, fishing area and a large playground. Boat launch and boat services.
  • 3 Coral Castle, 28655 South Dixie Highway, +1 305-248-6345. An odd complex of stone structures, built with enormously heavy stones, and allegedly by one man, without the help of modern equipment. Coral Castle (Q129809) on Wikidata Coral Castle on Wikipedia


  • 1 Homestead-Miami Speedway, 1 Ralph Sanchez Speedway Blvd, Homestead, toll-free: +1-866-409-RACE (7223). Ticket office: M-F 9AM-5PM. NASCAR track in the Greater Miami area. Before COVID-19, the track had hosted NASCAR's Championship Weekend, featuring the season finales of the organization's three national touring series (Cup, Xfinity, Truck); the season finale has since moved to the Phoenix area. The track's NASCAR date is now in October; the Cup Series races on the last weekend of the month, with the Xfinity and Truck races a week earlier. Current sponsored race names are Dixie Vodka 400 (Cup), Contender Boats 300 (Xfinity), and Baptist Health 200 (Truck). Homestead-Miami Speedway (Q1626077) on Wikidata Homestead–Miami Speedway on Wikipedia

Fruit picking[edit]

  • 2 Robert is Here Fruit Stand and Farm, 19200 SW 344th St, Homestead, +1 305-985-1520, fax: +1 305-242-4122, . Daily 8AM–7PM including holidays; closed September and October. This fruit stand and farm is popular with tourists and local residents. It offers many of the most sought after varieties of locally-grown tropical fruits and vegetables as well as widely-acclaimed smoothies, ice creams, and other prepared foods. It also features a petting zoo and is located only minutes from one of the main entrances to Everglades National Park as well as an alligator farm.
  • 3 Fruit and Spice Park, 24801 S.W. 187th Avenue, Homestead, +1 305-247-5727. Daily 9AM-5PM, except Christmas. This park features a vast assortment of fruits, spices, and other foods of interest that can be grown in Florida's subtropical climate. The park is also famous for getting a few items to grow that normally can't be grown even in Florida (e.g. mangosteen, cacao, jaboticaba, etc.). After an orientation, visitors are allowed to pick and eat whatever is available at the time of their visit. This park is relatively close to "Robert is Here" Fruit Stand and Farm. $8 adult, $2 child 6-11, and children under 6 are free.



Many national chain restaurants are available for quick burgers, pizza and so forth, also:






Go next[edit]

Biscayne National Park is right nearby.

Routes through Florida City
MiramarHomestead  N  S  END
MiamiHomestead  N  S  Key LargoKey West

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