Barberville Travel Guide

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    A very early school bus
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Barberville Shopping

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    by shohman Written Jun 24, 2006

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    need a giant iron elk? what about a giant mermaid fountain? how about some home made jam to go with that. All this and much much more can be found at Barberville. Barberville is in Barberville. If you are in Barberville, you can't miss it. Confused? So am I.

    What to buy: a 2,000 lb stegosaurus is a bargain at $600 and will provide hours of enjoyment.

    What to pay: A LOT!

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    by Katmosphere Written Jun 24, 2006

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    This is a very unique kind of shop. If you're looking for a gigantic chicken, dinosaur, horse or even a Statue of Liberty---this is your place!

    What to buy: Statues, fountains, ceramic sinks, outdoor lights, gigantic clocks, park benches,produce and more.

    What to pay: The giant statues are approximately 2 thousand dollars.

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  • by camelette Updated May 1, 2008

    We just visited the Settlement in Barberville, Florida. We had a lovely woman named Bernice walk us through this step back in time settlement. She was very knowledgable and patient. I am visually impaired and walk with a cane. Every area was accessible to me.

    Be sure to allow two (2) hours for the tour as you visit the inside of the Barberville High School then the outer buildings and grounds.

    For a $5 fee, it is a $100 experience and worth the trip. A few miles down the road at 17/40 is the produce market and outside yard display. You can't miss the 8 foot tall chicken!

    They have music fesitvals in the Spring & Fall and we will be going back!

    A very early school bus Tour guide & Sandee
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  • by camelette Written May 1, 2008

    We just visited the Settlement in Barberville. We had a lovely woman named Bernice walk up through this step back in time settlement. She was very knowledgable and patient.

    Be sure to allow two (2) hours for the tour as you visit the inside of the Barberville High School then the outer buildings and grounds.

    For a $5 fee, it is a $100 experience and worth the trip. A few miles down the road at 17/40 is the produce market out outside yard display. You can't miss the 8 foot tall chicken!

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