In the late 1800’s, early Florida settlers began the commercial cultivation of citrus and an industry was born. Indian River Lagoon country, which is along the middle of the eastern coast of Florida, proved to be the prime location for growing the finest citrus in the world. This fruit would exclusively carry the envied stamp . . . Indian River Citrus!
|Visit the Indian River Citrus Museum to discover how citrus seeds made their way to Florida and the story of how area pioneers established the most distinguished citrus fruit in the world. You’re sure to enjoy all the artifacts, photographs, memorabilia, and crate labels.|
Photos of citrus workers, groves, processes,
and pioneer families.
This item was donated to the museum
by Treasure Hunter Mel Fisher.
A model of the first citrus processing and
packing plant in Vero Beach.
|Museum Gift Shop
For a preview of gift shop items, such as
original citrus crate labels, citrus products,
and other souvenirs, Click Here .