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This historical museum and art gallery housed in an 1861 brick fort and displays local historic and military artifacts, Mario Sanchez and Stanley Papio folk art collections,...
Visit a reconstructed station with mercantile store and memorabilia.
This historic house located in an 1866 10-room mansion, a tropical version of Classic Revival architecture containing rare 19th century interior detailing including 1890 Italian...
This general museum housed in an 1887 lighthouse keepers home and 1846 lighthouse museum and displays artifacts relating to the history of the Key West Lighthouse and the...
This historic home belonging to Ernest Hemingway, 1931-61, built in a Spanish Colonial Style of native rock hewn from the grounds and displays furnishings, chandeliers, personal...
The world renowned museum of antiquities and oddities, Asian artifacts, primitive tribal artifacts, arcane art and the unusual are all on display for visitors to experience.
This maritime museum housed in the 1820 Conch House, home of local sea captain and wrecker and displays 19th century furniture, Key West history, toys, paintings, documents...
Tour Florida's southernmost town, Key West. Learn about the days of Indians, pirates, wreckers, the Civil War, and much more.
This historic house museum and tropical gardens of early 19th century home of Captain John H. Geiger which commemorates John James Audubon visit to Key West in 1832 and dislpays...
This maritime museum displays collections of 17th and 18th century coins, decorative arts, ceramics, Slave Trade artifacts, and maritime items.
Enjoy a 90 minute site tour of old town Key West featuring Mallory Square, Ernest Hemingway house, Harry S. Truman Little White House, the Key West Shipwreck Historeum and Museum,...
This art and history housed in 1891 Custom House and displays fine art, folk art, historic artifacts, documents, photographs from the 1860's to the present.
Among the exhibits at the Key West Aquarium are shark and turtle feeding tours, hands-on tour where visitors can touch a live shark and other forms of sea life.
This historic house built in 1890 as the Navy Base Commander home and used by Presidents' Truman, Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy and Thomas Edison and displays period furnishings.
Designated on November 16, 1990, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is one of 14 marine protected areas that make up the National Marine Sanctuary System. Administered by...
Known for beautiful beaches, magnificent sunsets, and excellent snorkeling. Visitors can picnic on the beach and take a swim, or simply relax and enjoy the balmy sea breezes that...
This natural history museum displays collections of photographs, shipwreck artifacts, dioramas, railroad items, nature trails, shells, butterflies, cultural history and the...