Parrish, Florida

Parrish is an unincorporated community in Central West Florida in Manatee County. Parrish was named after Crawford Parrish who established the area. His son, John Parrish, donated the land to build the train depot, now home to the Florida Railroad Museum. 

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Known as a Certified Florida Farm Winery, Bunker Hill Vineyard & Winery is a green winery with recycled wine bottles that focuses on the taste of the wine.

Florida Rail Road Museum offers one of the most unique museum experiences in the world. Located in Parrish, a small town in Manatee County in the Central West region of Florida, This museum preserves the history of the railroad with trainrides and even special events that enact stories in history such as a train robbery or a trip to the North Pole.