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sunset Watch the Sunset at Mallory Square - Stop #1
Home to the Key West Aquarium, Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, Mel Fisher's Maritime Museum, Ripley's Believe It or Not! and a host of other attractions, Mallory Square is a hub of tourist and local activity. Make sure to allow plenty of time to explore Mallory Square's abundance of educational and entertaining attractions. After you've visited all the sites, walk down to the Sunset Celebration to enjoy performances from local artists and watch the famous Key West sunset.


reef and boatTake a Glass-Bottom Boat or Snorkeling Trip to The Reef
Key West is surrounded by serene blue-green water and gorgeous reefs. In order to fully appreciate all this beauty, take a glass-bottom boat tour or snorkeling trip to the reef. You'll get up close views of the reef's intricate ecosystem and spend time soaking up the sun in a true island paradise.


people at conch fritter standSample Some Key Lime Pie and Conch
Key lime pie and conch are Key West staples. During your visit, make sure to eat some of this cuisine. Conch chowder, conch fritters and other popular preparations are delightful island treats. You can even find slices of key lime pie dipped in chocolate - what could be better?


Take a Trip to the Dry Tortugas National Park - Stop #2
Accessible only by boat or seaplane, the Dry Tortugas National Park is an ecological treasure trove and home to Fort Jefferson. You can choose to camp on the island for an outdoor adventure or take a day trip on the Yankee Freedom III.


southernmost pointTake a Picture at the Southernmost Point - Stop #11
The Southernmost point of the United States is located right in Key West. Be sure to visit Mile 0 and have your picture snapped in front of the iconic Southernmost point buoy marker. On the Old Town Trolley Tour, guests will be dropped off close to the marker for an ideal photo opportunity.


butterflyVisit the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory - Stop #11
The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory houses over 50 different types of butterflies and over 20 bird species from around the world. Stop by the Learning Center to hear more about butterflies and birds in their natural habitats, and then proceed into the glass enclosed conservatory. Be sure to check yourself before you leave to make sure a friendly butterfly isn't planning to take a ride outside!


truman houseExplore Truman's Little White House - Stop #1
President Harry S. Truman made a documented 11 visits to the Truman Little White House for government business beginning in 1946. The Little White House currently serves as a museum where guests come to learn more about history and President Truman. Many prominent government officials and leaders have visited the Little White House over the years, including Presidents Taft, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Carter and Clinton.


cat walking lawn with house in backgroundVisit the Hemingway Home and Museum - Stop #5
Iconic author Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote in Key West for many years. Take a tour of his home and see the room where he composed many of his famous works. You'll also spot Hemingway's famous six-toed cats lounging on the grounds. For historical and entertaining anecdotes about Hemingway's life, check out his home and museum.


duval streetStroll Up and Down Duval Street - Stop #4
From well-known retailers to colorful island merchandise, Duval Street offers visitors many unique opportunities to shop and dine. Have a "Cheeseburger in Paradise" at Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville or duck into one-of-a-kind stores to purchase quirky Key West memorabilia. There are also numerous restaurants and bars located on or near Duval Street, so you'll have no trouble finding lively and tasty dining options.


casa marinaExperience the Casa Marina Area of Key West - Stop #10
The beautiful and luxurious Casa Marina district of Key West is home to the Casa Marina Resort, a glamorous and historic hotel with 1,100 feet of private beach available for guests. Nearby, visitors can stop by Higgs Beach, the African refugee cemetery, the Key West AIDS memorial and White Street Pier.




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The Southernmost Point
Sitting on the roots
of the Kapok Tree
in front of the courthouse

At Sunset
at Mallory Square

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Key West, Florida is an outstanding city with a variety of Key West Attractions fun things to do ranging from shipwreck museums and treasure shops to parasailing and historical tours! Something for everyone to enjoy from the drive-down visitor to our cruise ship friends looking for a great Key West packages and more.
  Anyone who loves to fish will find just what they're looking for in Key West. Whether you enjoy deep sea fishing, sport fishing, exploring the backcountry or flats fishing-the balmy Gulf waters of Key West and deep blue of the Gulf Stream are world - famous for an array of fish species. Fishing charters of all kinds, including party boats and private charters are available to take you out for an afternoon, all day or even overnight. Cast your line in Key West and you're likely to bring home Marlin, Swordfish, Sailfish, Mahi-Mahi, Tuna Mackerel or many other excellent catches.  
  Water Sports  
  Jump in a kayak, soar in a parasail or dive right in the water in Key West offers a multitude of exciting activities and water sports. Spend the day snorkeling on the only living coral reef in the continental United States or go out on a day sail for hours of jet skiing, rock climbing (on a huge inflatable rock wall docked right in the water) and scuba diving-the warm Gulf waters that surround Key West are the ideal place to satisfy your passion for playing in, on and above the water.
  A dog that swims with the dolphins?  
  A dog that swims with the dolphins? Only in Key West, where colorful people and places are on every corner. Have a rendezvous with our friendly, lovable dolphins as you venture out into the magnificent water that surrounds our island paradise. Adults and children can swim with the dolphins on one of many Key West eco-tours. Jump into the warm gulf water and watch in wonder as one, two or perhaps even a pod of dolphins jump, splash and play around you. If you're lucky, you'll witness Captain Seaweed the Labrador as she romps, barks and swims with the dolphins too. It's her favorite daily activity!  
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Key West’s Best Tour to See the Beaches, Mallory Square, Hemingway House, Harry S. Truman's Little White House,
Margaritaville, the Southernmost Point, the Opportunity to Sample Conch Fritters & Key Lime Pie, and Much More!

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