Citrus County Historic Courthouse
Located in Inverness, the Citrus County Courthouse is now used as a museum. The Greek Revival building was built in 1912 of yellow brick. Its clock tower contains four clocks, each facing a different direction. The courthouse sits in an angled position on the city square. It is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Year Built: 1912
Architectural Style: Neo-Classical, Italian Renaissance
Street Address: 1 Courthouse Square
State Circuit: Fifth Circuit