24801 S.W. 187th Avenue
Homestead, Florida 33031
Open 7 days a week,from
9am to 5pm. Except Christmas.
Here is another site worth-visiting in Miami especially for the garden-geeks or the explorers of nature. This 37 acre park is not to be missed when visiting Miami. The Fruit and Spice Park Miami is considered as a Garden of Eden. Tropical fruits and spices around the world are grown in this only tropical botanical garden in United States showcasing over 500 varieties of fruits, vegetables, nuts, herbs and spices. Miami is blessed with such tropical weather and fertile soil for these exotic fruits and vegetables. This park offers you the best and exotic fruits in season. Be educated and have fun.
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Taking a tour around the world wouldn’t be that expensive because this park in divided into world region introducing the local organic fruits. Knowledgeable tour guides will take you around and will introduce you to a variety of fruits and spices. Guided tours are conducted everyday at 11am, 1:30pm and 3pm You can’t pick fruits from the trees but you can take any fruit that fell to the ground. Just needs a few-brush off and its good to eat.
Guests are invited to visit the store where there is a sample of various product and other gift item to take with you. Before heading home, satisfy your tummy and fill it in with the best tasting foods and beverage at the Mango Cafe that is open from 11:00AM – 4:00PM. End of spring is the best time to visit Fruit and Spice Park Miami. It is when most fruits are in bloom.
Keep coming back and discover the fruits that ripen every season and be amazed by the gift of nature.