Places you should visit atleast once in Key West
Literary icon and journalist Ernest Hemingway is one of Key West's best-known and well-loved "freshwater Conchs" (a..
Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
A visit to Key West isn't complete without taking a stroll down Duval Street
For the cleanest beach and best waters in Key West, you should head for the westernmost point of the island to Fort..
Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park
When you're not admiring the waters that surround Key West from the beach, enjoy them from the deck of a boat
Key West Boat Tours
For a great view of the Key West sunset, head to Mallory Square at the northwest tip of the island
If you love butterflies, this is the spot for you
Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory
Key West isn't known for its beaches
The Little White House was originally built in 1890 as naval command headquarters during the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II
Harry S. Truman Little White House
If you can fend off the claustrophobia and don't mind heights, the climb up the tiny and constricting 88 steps to the..
Key West Lighthouse & Keeper's Quarters Museum
Whether you're interested in colonial furniture, period architecture, tropical greenery or artist and naturalist John James Audubon, you'll find a..
Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
One of the most popular things to do in Key West is to snap a photo with the colorful buoy marking the southernmost..
The Conch Tour Train is an ideal option for travelers interested in learning the history of Key West, but who don't have a lot of time to spend..
Conch Tour Train
The Key West Aquarium is proof that good things come in small packages
Key West Aquarium
Located in Old Town, the Key West Cemetery has been around since 1847 and is well worth at least a walk-through
Key West Cemetery
Key West's First Legal Rum Distillery since Prohibition opened its doors in 2012
Key West First Legal Rum Distillery