The Waterfront Playhouse is a professional theater located in Old Town Key West featuring comedies, dramas, and musicals. Also featuring reproductions of classic hits, the Waterfront Playhouse is a sure must see in Key West!
Enjoy a self paced tour through the USCGC Ingham, that has survived multiple enemy attacks, and don’t forget to meet the crew who keeps her afloat. Visit the gift shop to bring something home for yourself!
At the Key West Shipwreck Museum they bring to life what was the history of shipwrecks in the area. Take a tour to view the artifacts and hold a silver bar. Climb to the top to view Key West from the lookout tower and views of the dangerous waters.
Enjoy watching the street performers every night before the sun goes down, and then watch the sunset from beautiful Mallory Square. Featuring shops, restaurants and bars, this location right off the water is something everyone should check out on their visit to Key West.
Home to many endangered flora this garden center is a natural conservation habitat. Housing the last remaining fresh water ponds in the Keys, stop by to see the butterflies and the many beautiful birds that stop by on thier way through.
Walk up the 88 steps of the Key West Lighthouse and take in the view from the top. Located closely to the Hemmingway house, this is a site you do not want to miss. Don't forget to visit the keepers quarters and find out how they lived their everyday life.
Golf legend REES JONES masterfully designed the Key West Golf Course, an 18 hole, 6,500 yard course to be a challenge to players of all abilities. Come meet all the exciting challenges of the Key West Golf Course, including the infamous "Mangrove Hole" (143 yards, par 3 that is played completely over a field of thickly intertwined tropical mangroves).
Featuring a variety of marine life, have the opportunity to touch a live sharks tail! Don't miss out on the touch tanks that allow the entire family to get up close and personal with a variety of the local sea life! Enjoy a tour and feedings as well!
Visit the famous East Martello Museum & Gallery that started off as a Civil War Fort built by the Confederacy. Tour the battlements, and maybe even see one of the Ghosts of East Martello. And last but not least, don't forget to see Robert the Doll!
Almost 70 miles (112.9 km) west of Key West lies a cluster of seven islands, composed of coral reefs and sand, called the Dry Tortugas. Along with the surrounding shoals and waters, they make up Dry Tortugas National Park. The area is known for its famous bird and marine life, its legends of pirates and sunken gold, and its military past.
Visit the Key West Audubon House and Gardens for a trip back in time with a tour of the extensive tropical gardens while learning about local history and folklore. Enjoy viewing the artwork of artist John James Audubon and don't forget to check out the antiques the house has on display.
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