Activity Review – Tour of The Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont

By Nathan Wertheimer

Last Fall, I toured The Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont. There is much to see and do at this so call museum. They’re a lot of presidential displays, artifacts, odd items, and much more. The main attraction is the replica mini White House. Plus, there is a gift shop with both right and left political items for sell. They are open year round. Rain or shine.

It is a short drive from Downtown Orlando to The Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont. Check your GPS for the best route there. Most visitors will travel from Orlando to Clermont take State Highway 50 going west to north on State Highway 27. There is plenty of free parking at this attraction. They are located at 141 South Highway 27, Clermont, Florida 34711. One can’t miss this landmark because it is right next to the Florida Citrus Tower.

Don’t worry about purchase your tickets online. Visitors can purchase at the door in the gift shop. Ticket prices are adults are $15.50, children (ages 6-12) are $8.00, and children (under 5) are Free. All prices include sales tax! Ask about discounts for Senior, AARP, AAA, and much more. For group rates please call attraction. Note prices are subject to change without notice.

When I visited place, I was given a tour by one of the attraction operators. He showed me the highlight of the attraction. The highlights were was the mini White House, historical presidential pieces, and the presidential limousine.

After visitors pay for admission, check out the large dinner room table with President Trump and the First Lady cutouts. Sorry, no diner for visitors. Then see a replica of a miniature White House being construction along with an army of construction workers. It was a sight to see. Study it closely, there is so much detail on it.

Finally, some visitor will say this is a whole in a wall place. Come down and check out this place for yourself. For more information on this attraction please visit

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