Key West is a fun place to enjoy the outdoors. Biking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Fishing, Boat Rides, Beaches, Swimming, just to name a few activities. Don’t forget you can simply sit by the pool with your feet propped up sipping your favorite beverage. Your in Key West …. it’s all fun!!
Walking around Key West, you can find so many interesting things. People, roosters and of course, the architecture. I often highlight interesting buildings to see, based on either its history or architecture, but don't forget to look up. Roofs can, and are, ...Read More >>
Each year, around the Fourth of July, a great festival takes place in Key West... the Key Lime Festival. One of the events of the festival is the Sip & Stroll. The idea is several establishments around town create a drink, featuring ...Read More >>
When you head over to James Street you see a little different Key West. The buildings are more functional ... modern than those you find a few streets over in Old Town. The Key West Electric Company building is no exception. Located ...Read More >>
Located on Simonton Street, in a former Coca Cola bottling plant you will find Key West First Legal Rum Distillery. The rum is made on site in custom-made copper pots. What's cool, is you can tour the plant, talk to the owner ...Read More >>
The Tennessee Williams Exhibit is located at 513 Truman Avenue, just off of Duval Street. At first I thought this house was where Tennessee Williams lived, but sadly it is not. This home was a private home and has kept much of ...Read More >>
Imagine walking through a tropical forest full of butterflies. They dart and drift all around you. Almost dancing in the air. You are mesmerized and feel as if you have stepped into an enchanted land. You have, its the Key West Butterfly ...Read More >>
Have you noticed the sculptures around the Custom House change; frequently? These beautiful works of art are created by Seward Johnson and are on display around the Custom House. The latest addition was the large sculpture in front of the Custom House ...Read More >>
Located on the 1100 block of Simonton Street you will find one of the first successful industrial communities in the United States. Between 1880 and the early 1900's, Key West had a large influx of Cuban expatriates. They were escaping the oppression ...Read More >>
Located at 610 Southard Street, the Benjamin Curry House is one of the few historic homes, still owned by the original family. This home was built by Benjamin Curry, Jr. the brother of Florida's first millionaire, William Curry. He purchased an acre ...Read More >>
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