William Kerr House – Historic Walking Tour

The William Kerr House is a great example of the Carpenter Gothic Style.  It was built by the Irish born architect Willam Kerr as his personal home in 1875.  Located at 410 Simonton Street, between Fleming and Southard Streets, this home shows off this
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The Masonic Temple – Historic Walking Tour

The Masonic Temple is located at 533 Eaton Street, between Simonton and Duval Streets.  This is a building you can’t miss.  It has a modern style and looks quite different than most of the other buildings in Key West. But, the building
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Carriage Barn an Unexpected Find in Key West

At 1128 Olivia, between White and Frances Street stands an interesting building.  It looks like a barn, and, in fact, it once was home to horses and mules that walked the streets of Key West.  It’s the carriage barn and one of
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Rock House Gallery a Gothic Inspired location

Located at 330 Julia Street is the Rock House Gallery.  It is what was originally the Saint Stephen Methodist Episcopal Church.  Inside is not only beautiful artwork, but the building itself is a work of art to see. History Built with locally
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Old City Hall – Historic Walking Tour

Walking down Greene Street, away from Duval, on your right is a large brick building.  With its granite stairs and very ornate iron balustrade at its entrance, you probably just walk on by… at least most people do.  But, this building is the
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