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Key West Attractions
A Key Encounter Nature Theater
Clinton Square Market Mall
Key West, FL

Theatre / Gallery / Museum showing Keys wild 
life on 3 big screens
Free admission
Open 7 days a week

Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
205 Whitehead St.
Key West, FL
305 294-2116

The 1840's home of Captain John Geiger. This 
unique home is furnished with 19th Century 
antiques. The tropical gardens is where John J. 
Audubon painted.
Open daily 9:30 am - 5:00 pm.

Bone Island Shuttle

Kids Ride Free!
The carefree, car free way to visit Key West.
As you can well imagine, an island that is only 2 
miles wide by 4 miles long doesn't offer a lot of 
space for parking cars. You will also find that 
those parking meters and garages don't come 
The Bone Island Shuttle will pick you up and 
drop you off all day for one low price so that you 
•Enjoy Key West the way it was designed 
to be enjoyed....without a car!

•Save time and money

•Avoid the hassle of traffic and parking

•Make your stay more fun, along with 
everyone else's

•Kids ride free!

Bone Island Shuttle Multi-day offers 3 and 5 day 
passes that will save you time and money.  
Save $6 on the 3-day pass and $10 on the 5-
day pass. Just inquire at the front desk of your 

Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory

The Florida Keys only living butterfly and nature 

Conservatory hours 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.  
(last ticket sold 30 min. before closing)
Gift shop and gallery hours 9:00 am to 5:30 pm 

Call for group rates and details.
Take a stroll through a tropical paradise. Walk 
through a magical and inviting environment 
filled with hundreds of the most beautiful 
winged creatures in nature - butterflies. During 
your breathtaking journey you will experience an 
impressive collection of flowering plants, 
colorful birds, cascading waterfalls and trees 
that set the stage for the "flowers of the sky."  
Witness some 50 to 60 butterfly species from 
around the world, along with fifteen exotic bird 
species, all under a climate controlled, glass 
enclosed habitat.  

Casa Antigua
314 Simonton
Key West, FL

Hemingway's First Residence in Key West
Tour the Garden of this most unusual home

Caribbean arts and crafts Haitian Metal 
Art Open 7 days 10 am - 6 pm

Enter through Pelican Poop Gift Shop

The Conch Tour Train is one of Florida's most 
popular attractions and has been entertaining 
visitors to Key West since 1958.  
The Couch Tour Train is open everyday and 
tours run from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.  

Boarding locations:
•Front Street

•Mallory Square

•Flagler Station

305 294-5161

Curry Mansion Inn
511 Caroline St.
Key West, FL

Historic Victorian Mansion & Museum
Located Just Off Duval St Near Mallory Square
The Conch Tour Train is one of Florida's most popular attractions and has been entertaining 
visitors to Key West since 1958.  
The Couch Tour Train is open everyday and tours run from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.  

Boarding locations:
•Front Street

•Mallory Square

•Flagler Station

305 294-5161

Curry Mansion Inn
511 Caroline St.
Key West, FL

Historic Victorian Mansion & Museum
Located Just Off Duval St Near Mallory Square
Dry Tortugas National Park

This National Park is located on an island about 70 miles west of Key West and is only accessible 
by boat. There are a few ferry services that have scheduled trips to the Park. Dry Tortugas National 
Park and Fort Jefferson have a fascinating history and beautiful beaches for divers and snorkelers.

Historic Fort Jefferson is located on Garden Key which is the largest island in the group of 7 
islands. Fort Jefferson construction began in 1846 but was never finished yet it covers 11 of the 
key's 16 acres. The army abandoned Fort Jefferson in 1874. In 1908 the area became a wildlife 
refuge to protect nesting birds from egg collectors. In 1935 the area was proclaimed a National 
Monument and in 1992 was designated a National Park.

Mel Fisher Maritime Museum
200 Greene St
Key West, FL

One of the major attractions in all of the Florida Keys, Mel Fisher's houses and displays recovered 
Spanish treasures. It's from here that Mel and his "Golden Crew;" as he liked to call them, 
brainstormed the search for the Atocha and her sister ship, Santa Margarita.

Flagler Station
Over-Sea Railway Historeum
901 Caroline Street
Key West, FL
305 295-3562

In 1912, old magnate Henry Flagler completed his Over-sea Railway, 130 miles out to sea. Relive 
this engineering miracle, and discover what it took in lives, money and resource to bring the Florida 
East Coast Railroad to Key West. Rare footage of the original film, "The Day the Train Arrived", 
photos and artifacts combine to make this a fun and educational experience.

The Ghosts & Legends of Key West
3095 294-1713
Tours meet at the Porter Mansion at the Corner of Duval and Caroline St.

7:00 and 9:00 pm every evening
Step off the beaten path with the Ghosts & Legends of Key West for a spine-tingling ninety-minute 
tour into the restless spirit world of our tiny island.
As we saunter along the shadowy streets and lanes of Old Town your guide narrates Key West's 
most colorful ghost stories and legends. Learn about haunted Victorian mansions, pirate lore, 
voodoo superstitions and rituals, a Count who lived with the corpse of his beloved, and other 
bizarre yet true aspects of "Bone Island". Points of interest on the tour may include the Audubon 
House, the old city morgue, the Marrero House, St. Paul's Cemetery, the Otto Mansion, as well as 
hidden aspects of Key West that only a "Conch" could show you.

Reservations Required

Ernest Hemingway House & Museum
907 Whitehead St
Key West, FL

Visit the home of the Nobel Prize winning author.  
See the six toed cats and the office where 
Hemingway wrote "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and "To 
Have and Have Not". Guided Tour.

296-3573 · Email:
410 Caroline St. · Key West, FL 33040
Open Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission 
is $7 for guided and $5 for self-guided tours. 
Discounts for children, senior citizens and military 
are available. Experience true island hospitality 
during a visit to this 19th century sea captain's 
colonial house, containing original furnishings, rare 
antiques and unusual seafaring artifacts. The orchid 
filled garden adjoining the Robert Frost Cottage, is a 
real treat! Facilities are available for special event

Mallory Square
Located on the historic waterfront between 
Whitehead and Duval Streets
Key West, FL

Mallory Square - where the world famous Key West 
Sunset Celebration takes place!
Be there about one hour before sunset every day for 
the best free show anywhere! Artists and craftsmen 
gather in Key West from all corners of the globe.  
Tight rope walkers, contortionists, fire and sword 
eaters, mimes, music and much more live 
entertainment. And, of course, the fabulous Key West 

Old Town Trolley Tours
305 296-6688

See the best of Key West on Old Town Trolley's 90 
minute tour. Old Town Trolley Tours cover over 100 
points of interest. Get off at any of the convenient 
stops to shop, dine or sightsee then reboard a trolley 
and it's on with the tour. You may get off as many 
times as you like as you make one complete loop.  
The trolleys come by each stop at least every 30 
minutes. Tour at your own pace.

Stops and nearby attractions:
•Mallory Square

•Historic Waterfront/Mac's Sea Garden

•Simonton Row

•Holiday Inn La Concha

•Bahama Village Market

•Key West Welcome Center

•Wyndham's Casa Marina Resort & Beach 

•Southernmost Trolley Stop

•Truval Village

•Angela Street Depot

Pat Croce's PIRATE SOUL Museum
Front and Simonton Streets - 1 block off Duval
Key West, FL

See it. Feel It. Live it.
Drink it all in with the unparalleled collection of rare 
artifacts that include Captain Kidd's last journal, 
Blackbeard's weapons, and the only authentic pirate 
treasure chest in the world, as we take you aboard - 
and even below deck - on an amazing interactive 
journey back 300 years of high seas adventure.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Key West Museum
108 Duval St.
Key West, FL
305 293-9939

Over 500 exhibits in 13 themed galleries on 2 floors

Open Daily

Schooner Western Union
202 William St
Key West, FL

• Day Sails

• Sunset Sails

• Star Gazing Sails

The last tall ship built in Key West ~ 1939.
The official flagship of the city of Key West.
The Schooner Western Union is on the National 
Register of Historic Places.

Built and home ported in Key West, this ship was 
launched in 1939 as a working schooner. She sailed 
the Caribbean and South Atlantic until 1974.
Now back in Key West, this authentic vintage tall ship 
sails visitors around the waters of the Conch 
Republic daily.

Key West Shipwreck Historeum Museum
1 White St
Mallory Square
Key West, FL
305 292-8990

Step back to Key West of 1851 and discover the 
treacherous world of shipwrecking and how it made 
Key West the richest city in the United States. Live 
actors, artifacts, laser technology and a 60' lookout 
tower make the experience one of a kind.

Southernmost Point
Whitehead and South Street

Southernmost tip of the island (and the United 
States), only 90 miles to Cuba

Harry S. Truman Little White House
111 Front St.
Key West, FL
305 294-9911

Visit the most Historically important site in South 
Florida. This building served as the functioning 
White House of the United State for 175 days of 
Truman's Presidency.

•Guided tours daily

•Museum Gift Shop

•Free Self guided botanical tour

•Listed on the national register of historic 

Open daily from 9:00am - 5:00 pm.