Please be advised of the trolley route changes throughout the weekend From Friday, October 26th until Sunday, October 28th.
Friday,October 26th: last tour will leave Front Street at 12:00 pm
Saturday,October 27: Old Town Trolley and Conch Tour Train tours will be closed all day
Sunday,October 28th: Old Town Trolley Tour and Conch Tour Train will begin at 10 am
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Key West Southernmost Point

Key West is famous for being the southernmost city in the continental United States. When you visit, it’s essential that you make it to the southernmost point on the island, found at the intersection of Whitehead Street and South Street. Here, you’ll see the landmark Southernmost Buoy (a required photo opp) and a whole host of other “southernmost” attractions that make for a fun Key West afternoon.

Fun Fact: Key West is geographically closer to Cuba than it is to mainland Florida and Miami, located 150 miles north.

Southernmost Point Buoy
If you come to Key West, it’s practically required that you make a journey to the Southernmost Point Buoy. One of Key West’s most iconic landmarks, it’s also where the famous “90 miles to Cuba” saying is scrawled. Be sure to stop for a photo – complete with views of the Atlantic Ocean behind you.

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