BROOKSVILLE, Fla. – If you live in Central Florida, you probably know citrus plays a big part of the areas history and if you're Kathy Oleson, it also plays a big part in your family's history.

Kathy, alongside her husband, are the owners of this classic roadside attraction and citrus packaging plant  – Boyett's Grove. 

First opening their doors back in the early 1960's, they've been going strong ever since. In fact, it's one of the older fruit packing and processing plants in the state. 

The Oleson's give guests a glimpse behind the curtain to see how a classic citrus plant works and operates. Their machines are all antiques, but they still use all of them for day-to-day operations. 

They've expanded over the decades, giving each and every person who visits something different to explore. 

The sprawling property and mom and pop shop givies you all the old Florida vibes and the kitschy fun of a classic roadside attraction. 

Boyett's Citrus Attraction is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

They have processing plant tours, a large gift shop, a petting zoo, and mini golf on site.