Sightseeing in Spring Hill


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  • Central Florida Balloon Rides
    As the sun begins to rise, an experienced pilot from Central Florida Balloon Rides meets passengers to take them on a floating tour of the sky. Excitement mounts as passengers watch a giant hot air balloon inflate and slowly take shape. Then, after a series of safety checks, pilots will usher passengers aboard the balloon for a ride that lasts about one hour. Along the way, the balloon will surf on the wind, reaching heights of up to 2,000 feet to give passengers a bird's-eye-view of the picturesque landscape unfolding below them.
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    Spring Hill, FL US
  • Investigation Station
    Reservations/Appointments: Required Established: 2005 Parking: Parking lot Brands Used: Dunkin Donuts Pro Tip: Doughnut lovers ages 13 and up are welcome to join in our race
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    18824 County Line Road
    Spring Hill, FL US
  • Country Cafe
    Every single thing on the menu at Country Cafe is made from scratch. At breakfast, the kitchen griddles up pancakes and folds cheese and veggies into omelets?all made even better before 9 a.m., when servers pour free cups of coffee for all their patrons. Later in the day, diners dig into plates loaded with country-style cooking. The crisp breading of the country-fried chicken stands up against a deluge of white gravy, and the homemade meatloaf is as warm and familiar as that crib you sleep in whenever you visit your parents.
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    3426 Deltona Blvd.
    Spring Hill, FL US
  • Citrus Attraction at Boyett's Grove
    When a severe freeze struck Katherine and James Oleson's orange groves in the 1960s, it killed many of their plants. They found themselves with a lot of land and a business in need of saving, so they decided to try a few new things. They collected Floridian paraphernalia, made a show of their orange-picking operation, and even started a zoo. Today, their habitats hold monkeys, parrots, alligators, and even an African tortoise, comfortably ensconced in the middle of the revivified orange groves. Visitors can visit the Dinosaur Cave, check out the animals, or watch as fruit is picked, washed, polished, and sorted using half-century-old techniques.They can stop by the old fashioned tourist shop and pick up some Old Florida-style souvenirs, find ice cream and classic sodas, or even take a picture next to a 3,000-pound great white shark that's been stuffed, so its not at all hungry.
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    4355 Spring Lake Highway
    Brooksville, FL US
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