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“Orlando is a city dominated by big and polished attractions. There are very few of these classic roadside attractions remaining in the area and the Presidents Hall of Fame is the best of them.”
(May 2017 TripAdvisor)
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This fascinating, one-of-a-kind, miniature reproduction of the White House...
"...a national treasure."
Used for receptions, luncheons, larger formal dinners, and state dinners for visiting heads of state...
CLERMONT — Busts of Donald Trump and Barack Obama sit side by side on a table at the Presidents Hall of Fame. It’s hard to imagine the 44th and 45th presidents getting that close in real life, given all that’s transpired during the last campaign and since Trump took office. Still, the placement is in line with the nonpartisan approach owner John Zweifel takes with the U.S. Highway 27 roadside attraction that is his pride and joy. It’s packed with political memorabilia of the men — mostly Democrats and Republicans — who have held the nation’s highest office and includes life-sized replicas of the presidents and some first ladies.
A bust of Donald Trump sits side by side with a bust of Barack Obama at the Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont, photographed Sept. 23, 2017. (Jerry Fallstrom/Orlando Sentinel)
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