Exploring the best things to do in Plant City is easier than ever. From delicious restaurants to u-pick farms and family-friendly attractions, this unique Tampa Bay neighborhood is a must-visit.
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Our afternoon in Plant City starts with a UNATION favorite, Keel and Curley. From the wine to the food, everything is fresh from the farm and delicious. We loved exploring the grounds, visiting the animals, and shopping for a bottle of wine to take home.
We couldn’t spend the day in the Winter Strawberry Capital of the World without stopping to pick up some local fruit and vegetables from Forbes Road Produce.
From exploring the beautiful McCall Park to picking strawberries during the Florida Strawberry Festival, to soaking up the sun at Walden Lake, there are plenty of scenic spots.
Plant City is full of options when it comes to food! From an amazing variety of restaurants to beautiful farms where you can pick fresh fruit, there are plenty of great things to eat.
From city murals to places like Keel and Curley Winery at Keel Farms, there are plenty of picturesque spots to capture memories or update your Instagram.
Plant City is home to a wide variety of museums like the Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum, the Bing Rooming House Museum, and even Dinosaur World!
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Our most frequently asked questions about Plant City.
Plan City is about 25 miles or a 25-30 minute drive from Downtown Tampa.
Most Florida berries are grown in Plant City aka the Winter Strawberry Capital of the World. Florida’s moderate temperatures in the winter are perfect for growing berries! Florida strawberry season runs from Thanksgiving to Easter.
While the Strawberry Festival is a fan-favorite (and one of ours too!), there is lots more to do in Plant City. From a dinosaur theme park to a winery, Plant City has something for everyone.
Surprisingly, it’s not from the surrounding agricultural industry which has greatly added to the City’s growth, but from Henry Bradley Plant. In 1884, Henry B. Plant extended the South Florida Railroad into the town and one year later, when the town was incorporated, it was renamed in his honor.
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