If you're driving around Florida's coastline you won't stumble upon this roadside attraction - Presidents Hall of Fame is one of the oldest and original attractions in central Florida that will give you a quick tour of America's greatest monuments.\nThis museum tells American history through unique works of art and sculptures. The attraction is located in Clermont and offers passersby and visitors a creative history lesson with a replica of America's greatest monuments. The Presidents Hall of Fame was created back in the 1960s and it continues to be a popular attraction for travelers.\nIt features the popular replica of the White House which has traveled to all 50 states including Netherlands, England, and Japan. This White House replica shows the house when it was being built in 1972. If you can't travel to Mount Rushmore, you can also see the replica at this museum and get even a better look.\nThe museum is open seven days a week from 10 am to 4 pm and Sundays 12-4 pm.\nView this post on Instagram #houseofpresidents #oldflorida #roadsideamerica A post shared by Neliza Drew (@nelizadrew) on Aug 8, 2015 at 6:01pm PDT\n@romatonisembedded via\nREAD MORE: This Limited Time Pop-Up Opens Today In Miami And It Is About To Be Your Newest Obsession\nThe museum also features the Oval Office, State Dining Table, First Ladies Inaugural Gowns, and even Uncle Sam. Some of the items featured in the museum were donated by former presidents and there's even a voting machine used in the 2000 presidential election.\nEntrance to this attraction costs $15 and it gets you access to everything including FREE parking.\nREAD MORE: This Huge Cactus Greenhouse In Florida Has Become A Hotspot For Edgy Photoshoots\nPresidents Hall of Fame is located at 123 Hwy 27N, Clermont, FL 34711.