Bruce Hall – Historic Walking Tour

Built as part of a Methodist education complex at Hargrove Seminary, Bruce Hall had a 600 seat auditorium with a very inviting roof garden.  Located at 1310 United Street, you can still find Bruce Hall, but not the rest of the education
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The Fuente House – Historic Walking Tour

There are so many connections back to Key West.  Lots of famous people started their lives or careers in Key West.  Arturo Fuente is no exception.  Unless you are into cigars, you may not recognize the name.  Arturo Fuente is the reigning
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Marine Hospital – Historic Walking Tour

Located in Truman Annex is the old Marine Hospital.  It was constructed at the request of US Navy Commodore David Porter.  Construction began in 1844. The Building Construction lasted less than one year.  The doors opened on August 2, 1845.  It had
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Cypress House – Historic Walking Tour

Dade County pine and Cypress woods were used during the 1800’s to build homes in Key West.  Because of their durability and natural resistance to pests, they never required a protective coating of paint.  Today, you can see a beautiful example of
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The Steam Plant – Historic Walking Tour

Between Caroline Street and the US Coast Guard Station is 281 Trumbo Road.  There you will find the The Steam Plant.  This section of Key West is on man-made land that once was part of the Gulf of Mexico.  The Steam Plant
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US Weather Bureau – Historic Walking Tour

Located at 57 Front Street in the Truman Annex stand the old Weather Bureau building. I have always been fascinated with weather.  I took Meteorology as my science in school and loved every bit of it.  It doesn’t matter where you live,
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Fort Zachary Taylor – Don’t Miss This!

When you think of Fort Zachary Taylor, you think beach, snorkeling and sunset.  But, did you know there is a Civil War Fort in the Park?  Don’t miss this the next time you visit the park.  The park is located at the
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