4 out of 5 based on 34 ratings
Check out the incredible creatures native to Key West's waters and let kids get fins-on with daily shark and turtle feedings. Don't miss the touch tank, where they can pick critters up and ...
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Miami Stick and Stein Sports Rock Cafe reviews, hours, directions, photos, coupons and deals.
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Located at the Historic Charter Boat Row Ã¢Â€Â¢ Key West, FL 33040 The Gulfstream - A top name in the fishing business since 1947, is conveniently located in the Historic Charter Boa...
3 out of 5 based on 1 ratings
Why take the same old tours and shore excursions when you can have a thrilling "White Knuckle" jet boat experience! Tour Highlights Include: Ride on a thrilling jet boat - White K...
4 out of 5 based on 174 ratings
Often crowded, it's still worth it to stop in and visit Papa's famous residence and writer's studio. Literature lovers relish the tour guide's tales of the author's early morning sessions; ...
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Today its casemates, citadel and courtyard are home to a vast collection of Key West and Key's artifacts and historical records as well a military memorabilia. The view from atop th...
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Not far from Duval Street in Old Town Key West is Higgs Beach, a popular spot to soak in some rays and take a dip in the shallow water. Amenities include tennis courts, a dog park, and ...
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This Richardsonian Romanesque Custom House was built in the 1820s when Key West was designated an official point of entry into the United States. Various exhibits track Key West's ascen...
4 out of 5 based on 165 ratings
A rowdy gathering place on the old waterfront, the Half Shell is an unvarnished taste of Island life as well as a great place to taste such local specialties as conch chowder, steamed c...
5 out of 5 based on 6 ratings
Founded by famed entrepreneur Pat Croce, the Pirate Soul Museum is the largest and most authentic collection of pirate artifacts in the world. With 48 individual exhibit areas, th...
4 out of 5 based on 81 ratings
The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum celebrates its namesake's 1985 discovery of the hull of a 1622 Spanish Galleon named Atocha, uncovered about a one-hour boat ride from Key West ...
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At the improbably first-rate theater, local boy Richard Wilbur once helped out with Moli re translations.
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The entrance to this magical store is through the side of a &quo;shipwreck&quo; and the rest is teeming with imagination: banyan trees, ships, treasure chests, tree forts, a waterfall, ...
If you're planning on spending a day at Higgs Beach, pack a picnic lunch and stop by the Key West Wildlife Center. Located just across the street inside Sonny McCoy Indigenous Park (wit...
Circa 1892. This three-story white Victorian was billed as the most elaborate home on Caroline Street when it was built in 1867 by Florida's first millionaire. The inn still contains...
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