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Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory The Butterfly & Nature Conservatory in Key West is one of the newer attractions the town has to offer. Take a stroll through a tropical paradise filled with an amazing array of colorful butterflies. Flowering plants line the winding pathways as some 50 different species of butterflies enjoy the habitat. Different species of birds sporting a rainbow of colors are also found in the park. The climate-controlled habitat is particularly pleasing to the tropical butterflies from around the world. Visitors as well as these butterflies can admire the scene filled with flowering plants, towering trees, and tumbling waterfalls.
Ernest Hemingway House
Ernest Hemingway House Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum is nestled in the heart of Old Town Key West. This unique property was home to one of America's foremost authors and Nobel Prize winner, Ernest Hemingway. This is the place where this esteemed author penned many of his most notable works for more than ten years. Here one can also see the descendents of his legendary cats and step back in time with a guided tour of the home and gardens. Hemingway was one of the first important writers to live in Key West & bought this Spanish Colonial house in 1931. The house features his lush tropical garden and the salt-water pool.
Old Town Trolley
Old Town Trolley For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has been providing sightseeing tours highlighting the best of Key West. The 90 minute tour offers a delightful combination of transportation and entertainment covering over 100 points of interest. Hop aboard one of the Trolleys, as these come by each stop at least every 30 minutes. The best part is that you can avoid costly parking and city driving while exploring at your own pace. For a tourist it’s really fun, entertaining & educational as expert tour guides turn back the pages of history.
City Cemetery
City Cemetery The City Cemetery is Key West’s unique grave sites and one of the major attractions of the city. Established in 1847 outside the city, this cemetery is situated in the center of Old Town Key West. Visitors can freely roam along the grounds of this unique cemetery as it is open daily from dawn to dusk. For tourists this cemetery also organizes tour guides at less than $20. These guided tours will take visitors through the park setting on a journey of historical tales that are worth their weight in gold.
Key West Aquarium
Key West Aquarium Delighting visitors since 1934, the Key West Aquarium offers beautiful indigenous sea-creatures of Key West and the Florida Keys. One of the top & first Key West attractions, the Aquarium was built between 1932 and 1934. A Window of Wonder comes alive as expert guides explain the mysteries of the water surrounding the Florida Keys. Daily shark and turtle feedings and the Touch Tank offer guests hands on experience with sea life. Also featured are moray eels, barracuda, tropical fish, sharks, parrotfish and much more.
  • Excursions and Tours
Speed Boat Tours
Speed Boat Tours In the Key West Speed Boat Tours not only will you cruise around the beautiful islands in a fabulous speed boat, but you also take control over the boat and enjoy the sun and breeze as you race or stroll along. The boat ride offers views of the Mangrove Outer-Islands and one can discover a tropical ecosystem with a diverse flora and fauna. The Tour provides you the best chance to have a glimpse of the colorful tropical fish, turtles, and a variety of other sea creatures.
Glass Bottom Boat Tours
Glass Bottom Boat Tours Key West Glass Bottom Boat Tours is one of Key West’s most popular family attractions. Visitors can explore the hidden underwater vistas without having to go into the water. One can spot dolphins, sea turtles, and spotted eagle rays on the way out to the reef. The vessel will float above the coral reef giving you a close-up look at this diverse and fascinating ecosystem. The tour starting with a narration of the Key West harbor, also offers unique views of Fort Zachary Taylor, the Truman Annex, a coast-to-coast view of Duval Street and Sunset Key.
Sail, Kayak & Snorkel Excursion
Sail, Kayak & Snorkel Excursion A wonderfully serene way to explore Key West and adjoining islands is through popular activities like Kayaking, Snorkeling or Sailing. All these activities are on the top list of Key West attractions, which are a part of eco-tours as well. With snorkeling and kayaking one can explore mangrove-canopied canals, streams, and patch reefs that are home to an incredible array of tropical wildlife, including birds, rays, sport fish, sea turtles, etc.
Sunset Sailing Trips
Sunset Sailing Trips For Key West Sunset Sailing Trips one can choose from a sleek modern catamaran, an historic tall sail schooner or your very own privately chartered boat. The popular sunset sails are perfect for adventurous families or couples seeking a romantic interlude at sea. Join the crew and hoist the sails, or just sit back, relax and take in the experience. Couples with wine or champagne can enjoy as the sun paints the sky with varied hues. The sunset sailing trips are extremely popular so book early.
Dry Tortugas Tours
Dry Tortugas Tours Dry Tortugas are group of islands which lies 70 miles from Key West & consists of seven islands and Fort Jefferson. One of the prime Key West attractions and a major excursion spot, Dry Tortugas was constructed in the mid 1800s and is America’s largest coastal fort. Constructed to protect the shipping lanes into the Gulf of Mexico, it was used as a prison during the Civil War. Regular charter services to Dry Tortugas Fort are provided with lunch and snorkel equipments. After a guided tour, guests are welcome to snorkel the Fort's moat wall where there are beautiful coral formations and many different tropical fish to view.
  • Key West Museums
Pirate Soul Museum
Pirate Soul Museum A brainchild of entrepreneur Pat Croce, the Pirate Soul museum houses 48 individual exhibit areas and contains the largest and most authentic collection of pirate artifacts. With some 500 exhibits the most popular ones are the Blackbeard's original blunderbuss; pieces of gold retrieved from his warship the Queen Anne's Revenge and Thomas Tew's original treasure chest. The exhibits are designed to encourage a look behind the legends and the golden age of pirates. With the "please touch" and audio-animatronics coupled with the origin of a museum, guests undertake an awesome pirate journey.
Truman's Little White House
Truman's Little White House The Harry S Truman Little White House in Key West, Fl. was built in 1890 as the first officer's quarters on the naval station with Quarters A for base commandant and Quarters B for paymaster. Situated on the waterfront the house is one of the most famous landmarks in USA. Being used by President Harry S Truman as a winter vacation, who spent just about 175 days here, the house was named as the Truman’s Little White House. Registered in the National Register of Historic Places, this Museum was also used by many renowned personalities. Today the house is available to the public for educational and historic purposes.
The Shipwreck Museum
The Shipwreck Museum This is the oldest house in South Florida. Built in 1829, it serves as the former residence of wrecker Captain Francis B. Watlington & holds exhibits belonging to the Wreckers Museum, which details the history of Ship Wrecking. Numerous examples of 19th century furnishings, a garden and an exhibit pavilion containing additional documents of interest can be seen here. The museum features a famous wreck called the Isaac Allerton with exhibits of real life treasure from the wrecks of Key West's history. It also displays maritime artifacts, documents, ship models, old paintings, a furnished doll house, live actors, and a ‘65 lookout tower.
Key West Lighthouse
Key West Lighthouse The 110 foot Key West Lighthouse played an important part in the town’s economy, by guiding more than 600 ships into its port every year. The lighthouse museum allows visitors to climb the 88 circular steps top the roof for the breathtaking views of Key West. Built in the year 1847 the lighthouse was officially taken out of commission in 1969. 83 year old Mary Bethel was given the honor of extinguishing the light. The keeper’s house is full of original furniture and displays, There is also a first-order Fresnel lens that you can actually walk inside of to see its faceted prisms.
Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
Audubon House & Tropical Gardens The Audubon House & Tropical Gardens is an oasis of natural beauty. In 1958 this house which was slated for demolition was saved by the Mitchell Wolfson Family Foundation. This was Key West’s, first restoration project & is considered the gem of the island's restoration movement. A visit to the house is an exploration into local history and folklore, as the gardens offer a lush one-acre view of tropical foliage. Visitors at the Audubon House can learn about the famed naturalist and wildlife artist, John James Audubon. The house is adorned by nearly 30 original works & a painting of a white-crowned pigeon by John James Audubon.
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