Dry Tortugas National Park

Description:

The park is a cluster of seven small keys, with less than 40 acres of dry land. Fort Jefferson is the largest all-masonry fortification in the Western world, built in 1846-1866 to help control the Florida Straits. It served as a federal military prison during and after the Civil War. The bird refuge and marine life here are also special features. The park is only accessible by plane or boat.

Location:
c/o Everglades National Park
40001 State Road 9336

Homestead, FL

33034
Hours:
Open daily year round
Admission:
Fees vary
Phone Number:
(305) 242-7700
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please verify details before venturing out.
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