Best of The Florida Keys


Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, The Lower Keys & Key West

Key West Attractions


Conch Tour Train
501 and 302 Front Street
Key West, Fl. 33041
(305) 294-5161
One of Florida's most popular attractions. Our expert "engineers" and friendly staff have delighted over ten million guests with the legends and lore of this charming tropical paradise. All aboard!

Cayo Hueso y Habana
401 Wall St.
Key West, Fl. 33040
This unique emporium is filled with colorful shops, memorabilia and displays of the rich Cuban Conch heritage of Key West, as well as enjoying the finest Cuban cuisine north of Havana at Pepe's Casa Cayo Hueso restaurant.

Flagler Station Railroad
901 Caroline Street
Key West, FL. 33041
(305) 295-3562
Return with us to the century and experience Henry Flagler's railroad legacy. Walk through an actual Florida East Coast Railroad car full of photographs and memorabilia. You will experience the thrill of riding down the Florida Keys in 1929 aboard the "railway that went to sea".

Harry S. Truman Little White House
302 Front Street
Key West, Fl.  33041
Take a tour of the inside and gardens of the Little White House as it is restored to it's original state.  Learn about all of the Presidents who have visited and how many times President Truman stayed in the house.

Hemingway House
907 Whitehead Street
Key West, Fl. 33041
(305) 294-1575
Take a tour of the home of Ernest Hemingway, author of such greats as The Old Man and the Sea and The Sun Also Rises. Open Daily.

Key West Aquarium
One Whitehead Street
Key West, Fl. 33041
(305) 296-2051
Pet a shark! The 50,000 gallon Atlantic shore Exhibit was created to give visitors an up close and personal experience of the delicate Florida Keys mangrove near-shore and reef. A window of wonder comes alive as expert guides explain the mysteries of the water surrounding the Florida Keys. Tours daily @ 11, 1, 3 & 4:30.

Key West Cemetery
Passover Lane and Angela St.
Key West, Fl. 33041
In the heart of the old town district, this 19 acre cemetery shows above ground burial. Located in the 150 year old cemetery is a monument to those who died aboard the U.S. battleship Main, which sunk in the Havana harbor in 1898.

Key West Shipwreck Museum
One Whitehead Street
Key West, Fl. 33041
(305) 293-7260
Relive the great days of shipwrecking in Key West. The Historeum combines live actors, films, laser technology and the actual artifacts from the recently rediscovered vessel Isaac Allerton that sank in 1856.

Mallory Square
Located on the historic waterfront between Whitehead and Duval Streets. Exciting attractions, unparalleled, Key West's finest Cuban restaurant, shopping, the Key West Historic Memorial Sculpture Garden and the famous Key West Sunset Celebration.

Mel Fisher's Maritime Museum
Located in Key West on Whitehead street. Artifacts from the Spanish galleon, Atocha. Open 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Admission. For additional information call (305) 294-2633.

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