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Key West Attractions

Key West sightseeing offers many attractions, like the Ripley's Museum and Hemingway House!

Hemingway House

Day Trip to Havana

Don't miss this opportunity to visit a world standing in time. The colorful and historic island of Cuba! Just a short 50 minute flight from Key West takes you to legendary Havana for a full day of sightseeing.

This tour is fully guided by friendly locals who will meet you at the airport with a warm Cuban smile. You will ride in a modern, air-conditioned coach up into the hills surrounding Havana to the Ernest Hemingway home and museum named Finca Vigia.

Next you will stop for lunch in the old fishing village of Cojimar where Hemingway used to keep his boat, the Pilar and socialize with the locals before heading down alongside the ocean to the old city of Havana. There your guide will take you on a narrated walking tour with stops at Hemingway’s favorite places to stay, work and drink.

A 6pm flight will return you to Key West just in time for a notorious island evening.

Trips depart on Wednesdays and Saturdays each week, and guests are required to have a valid passport. Subject to availability. Requires 3 day advance booking to prepare Visa's to enter Cuba. Contact our concierge at 305-295-7005 or at to reserve this trip of a lifetime!

Hemingway House

Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum lets you experience the calming contrast that his Key West home offered this complex man as you take a leisurely and inspiring tour of his mansion and gardens. It is located at 907 Whitehead St. in Key West, and is open 365 days a year from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Key West Trolley Tours

Key West Trolley Tours

Most of the tours are round trip with many stops. Want to visit at one of the stops? Some of the tours are hop on/ hop off, allowing you to take the time you want to visit the various Key West locales that appeal to your sense of adventure.

Old Town Trolley Tours

Phone: 305-296-6688
122 Simonton Street
Key West, FL 33040

Key West Trolley Tours
Conch Tour Train
Phone: 305-294-5161
501 Front Street
Key West, FL 33040

Historic Mallory Square in Key West

Mallory Square

Located by the historic Key West waterfront, and within view of The Ocean Key Resort & Spa, this open-air marketplace and entertainment complex is a great place to start or end your visit to Key West. Known for its magnificent sunsets, the area is also home to many shops, including Shell Warehouse, Key West Sponge Market and Caribbean Cargo.

The Square also features daily entertainment, which includes guitar music, juggling, and animal performances. Local sightseeing tours also depart from the Square. Call for additional information 305 296 4557.

Hemingway House

The Key West Golf Club

The Key West Golf Club. Golf legend REES JONES masterfully designed the Key West Golf Course, an 18 hole, 6,500 yard course to be a challenge to players of all abilities. Filled with tropical landscaping and wildlife.

For more information: 305.294.5232

Shipwreck Museum in Key West

Key West Shipwreck Historeum

For those of you who can't help but look, this museum is the place to be for everything you ever wanted to know about shipwrecks and more. See movies, artifacts, and a real-life wrecker, who will be more than happy to indulge your curiosity about the wrecking industry that preoccupied the early pioneers of Key West.

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Visit the Southernmost Point in the US!

Southernmost Point

Make sure you visit the Southernmost Point in the continental USA, where you'll be only 90 miles from Cuba.

Whitehead and South Street
Key West, FL 33040

Curry Mansion Museum in Key West

Curry Mansion Museum

Browse through this 25 room Victorian masterpiece. Open 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. daily. Adults $5.00/ Children $1.00. Come and enjoy this beautiful home while in Key West.

511 Caroline St.
Key West, FL 33040

Phone: (305) 294-5349
Toll Free: (800) 253-3466

Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum

Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum

This museum honors local hero Mel Fisher, whose death in 1998 was mourned throughout South Florida, and who, along with a crew of other salvagers, found a multimillion-dollar treasure trove in 1985 aboard the wreck of the Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora de Atocha. If you're into diving, pirates, and sunken treasures, check out this small, informative museum, full of doubloons, pieces of eight, emeralds, and solid-gold bars.

Dolphin Research Center

The Dolphin Research Center

The DRC is one of the first dolphin research facilities ever built to learn and study about almost every thing concerning the bottle nosed dolphin. You can even “Get Wet with a Dolphin”. Reservations are required, and details can be obtained by calling the program reservations number above for details.

58901 Overseas Highway MM59
Grassy Key, FL 33050-6019
(305) 289-0002

Bahia Honda State Park

Bahia Honda State Park

Located in the shadow of The Seven Mile Bridge is the Bahia Honda State Park. Whether your visit here is short or long, dry or wet, it will not soon be forgotten. Bring your bathing suit and that book you’ve been wanting to read, and relax at what Conde Nast once called the “best beach in the continental US”. Camping is also available, along with other activities.

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Florida Keys Seven Mile Bridge

Seven Mile Bridge

The Seven Mile Bridge is another scenic place take in the beautiful surroundings of The Florida Keys. As you drive over its tallest bridge, you'll be on the highest point in the Florida Keys with the most spectacular view of the islands that make up the area around Key West. With plenty of places to park and sightsee, it makes for a relaxing break in the 106 mile drive between Key Largo and Key West. You can even go fishing off the old Seven Mile Bridge, part of which was blown up while making the movie True Lies.

Visit Bahia Honda's site for more info

National Key Deer Refuge

National Key Deer Refuge

The National Key Deer Refuge is located on Big Pine Key. The refuge is located 30 miles northeast of Key West and 100 miles southwest of Miami along U.S. 1. The headquarters is on Big Pine Key in the Big Pine Key Plaza off Key Deer Boulevard. Have a uniquely Florida Keys experience and visit the Key Deer in their natural habitat.

National Key Deer Refuge
28950 Watson Boulevard
Big Pine Key, FL 33043

Snorkeling at Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park

The Dry Tortugas National Park of the Florida Keys is another memorable Florida Keys experience, but is only accessible to visit by plane or boat. This national park, which is made up of seven islands located almost 70 miles, 112.9 km, west of Key West, is the farthest-at-sea national facility in the continental US and home to the historic Fort Jefferson. For more information about the park, visit

A 100 foot catamaran called 'The Yankee Freedom II', will take you on a round trip visit to the Dry Tortugas National Park. The Yankee Freedom II features twin bow observation pulpits and a main deck large enough to walk around, plus an air-conditioned cabin with galley and bar. Dine on a complimentary breakfast on board and a complimentary picnic buffet at Fort Jefferson. Your journey includes a free, guided tour. This is an all-day event, departing at 8am and returning about 5:30pm.

240 Margaret Street
Key West, FL 33040

Fish swimming.

Key West Aquarium

The oldest attraction on the island, the Key West Aquarium is a modest but fascinating exhibit. A long hallway of eye-level displays showcases dozens of varieties of fish and crustaceans.

You'll see delicate sea horses swaying in the back lit tanks. Kids can touch sea cucumbers and sea anemones in a shallow tank in the entryway. If you can, catch one of the free guided tours, where you can witness the dramatic feeding frenzy of the sharks, tarpon, barracudas, stingrays, and turtles. Expect to spend about 1 to 1 1/2 hours here.

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Life guard shack on South Beach.

Florida Keys Beaches

Find your perfect patch of sand in Key West and the Florida Keys. From swimming in the shadow of the Seven Mile Bridge, to Key West's South Beach (not to be confused with the South Beach in Miami), to having the chance to swim with your four-legged friends, there is a beach for everyone in Key West!

Key West Beaches

Hot Tin Roof at dusk.

Key West Dining

Take a peek at a list of some of our favorite places to eat in Key West. We have options sure to please every palate, whether you’re looking for an upscale night out or the best local seafood, our staff of locals can help you find the perfect Key West dining venue.

Key West Restaurants

Duval Street stores.

Shopping in Key West

Don't forget family and friends while you're in Key West. Our Florida Keys shops have one-of-a-kind Key West gifts to bring home. And while you're out and about, you'll have to try our famous key lime pie, made from Key West limes!

Key West Shopping

Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West.

Key West Nightlife

Key West's Duval Street is the place to go for the best Florida Keys nightlife. Paint the town red with our list of Key West bars and entertainment! If you don't find what you're looking for, you can always ask our staff to steer you in the direction of the Key West nightlife adventure you're looking for.

Key West Bars

Duval Street at night with a passenger bike.

Duval Street Bar Crawl

The bars on Duval Street offer everything from cheap dives to dueling pianos and our itinerary includes it all! For those who wish to maximize the amount of bars and minimize the amount of travel, we have compiled a Key West bar crawl that gives you a little of everything in a small amount of space. Good luck!

Key West Bar Crawl

Duval Street at night with a passenger bike.

Key West Art Galleries

With an abundance of beauty around us, it is no surprise that Key West artists produce some of the most unique art in the world. Walk the artsy stretch of upper Duval Street and explore the myriad Key West galleries the area has to offer.

Key West Art Galleries