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18 Stops Along The Key West Museum Trail

Anyone who visits Key West realizes how much history can be found here.  This history is preserved in the many museums found around town.  This Key West Museum Trail offers a way to explore the Island, learn more about Key West's history ...

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The Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory – A Magical Place

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 ...

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USCGC Ingham Museum

Located in the Truman Annex, the USCGC Ingham Museum is the perfect spot to see the quieter side of Key West.  The Ingham is a 327 foot long, 6200 horsepower cutter.  She held 300 men and served in World War II, the ...

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Ripley's Believe It or Not

Ripley’s Believe It or Not

Looking for a place to wander through and see the oddities of the word?  Ripley's Believe It or Not is located at 108 Duval, on block back from the Conch Train stop.  We spent some time looking at the exhibits and found the ...

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Peppers of Key West

Peppers of Key West

Looking for something for the foodie in your life?  You can try Peppers of Key West (602 Greene Street) for a new hot sauce.  This place has a tasting bar, so come in and try everything from mild to extreme.  Theses sauces ...

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Mallory Square, Key West, FL

Mallory Square

Mallory Square is the center of all activities in Key West.  It won't take you too long to realize that sunset is a celebration in Key West ... celebrated every night.  In the 1800's Commodore Porter used Mallory Square as the base ...

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Various Other Museums and Tours

There are several museums that are very interesting, and if you like to walk through museums – or just need a place to duck out of the heat – these are certainly worth the price of admission. Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters – Great ...

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Mallory Square, Key West

Don’t miss stuff!

Ok, there are always places that are a must see now matter where you travel.  These fall under Must See Stuff.  Here is our list of must sees that can’t be missed! Southernmost Point – Let’s just say iconic and really no trip ...

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Key West Aquarium

The Key West Aquarium is located at the corner of Front and Whitehead streets.  Keep in mind with the Aquarium’s location next to Mallory Square, parking is very limited.   This is a true must stop.  It was constructed during the Depression.  The concrete ...

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7 Kid Friendly Activities in Key West

You are in town with the kids.  Maybe down for a weekend or spending the afternoon ashore from the cruise ship.  Now what?  Check out these 7 kid friendly activities while in Key West. 1. Beaches There are many beaches to choose from in ...

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CatMan … a must see at Mallory Square

Somethings are just iconic in Key West …. Southernmost Point, Sloppy Joe’s, drinking and of course …. CatMan.  If you haven’t seen CatMan’s performance during the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square, then you have truly missed out on what makes Key West ...

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5 Rainy Day Activities in Key West

It’s rainy day in Key West …. now what do you do? I know, you never think about it, but it really does rain in paradise.  You can put up with a brief, quick tropical shower, but you are at a total loss ...

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SouthernMost Point – A different perspective

What iconic place is the best place to stop and prove you have been to Key West?  Well, the SouthernMost Point Buoy, of course.  But, during the day you usually have to stand in a long line.  You can check on the ...

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