Conch Tour Train in Key West, FL

Historic Tours of AmericaConch Train Depot-Mallory SquareKey West, FL 33040
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The Conch Tour Train has entertained over 10 million visitors to Key West for over 50 years. Relive over 500 years of history on the world famous Conch Tour Train with tales of pirates, wreckers, Indians and the Civil War. The Conch Tour Train’s 90 minute tour covers Old Town, the Historic District, Duval Street, the Hemingway House, the Key West Aquarium, the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum, Southernmost Point and the historic waterfront. Since 1958, the Conch Tour Train has delighted guests of all ages with its colorful narrative, unusual historical facts, and beautiful island scenery.

OPERATING HOURS: Open 364 days a year, Closed the last Saturday in October due to Fantasy Fest

TOUR TIMES: Tour departs every 30 minutes Departure locations are Mallory Square, Flagler Station, and Truval Depot

TOUR LENGTH: 90 minutes

Conch Tour Train Gift Shop (501 Front Street)
Flagler Station & Historic
Seaport (901 Caroline Street)
Truval Depot (500 Truman Ave)

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"Conch tour with trainman Tim"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 20, 2019 NEW
Great tour with train man Tim. Funny and very informative. Highly recommend this tour with Tim the trainman
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Williamsville, New York
"Good overview of the city, not enough stops"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 18, 2019 NEW
This is a great way to see Key West. You can see a lot without having to drive or find a place to park and walk. They drove by a lot of the big sights- southernmost point, Hemingway house, Little White House, down Duval street etc, but there were only 3 stops. So you get to see the sights, but you don’t get off right at each thing you want to see. Some people on our tour were disappointed we drove past some things and had to walk 5+ blocks in 90 degree heat. We got great info from our driver, Tom. He was very knowledgeable and was a great story teller! We went on a second ride (because the first time there was a truck behind us in traffic and we couldn’t hear a lot of the information) and our second tour guide wasn’t nearly as good as Tom! Overall, it was a fun way to see the city but I probably wouldn’t do it again because of the lack of stops.
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"Nice Ride"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 16, 2019 NEW
This was a nice ride showing historic buildings in the area. The ride was narrated very well, director was very knowledgeable regarding historical information about the keys.
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Bay Village, Ohio
"Great way to see the sites with children and older parents!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 14, 2019 NEW
We were on an Excursion from a cruise that we took in Key West. We took this train as a way to get around and see things in a relatively quick fashion. The people working the train and the ticket booths were extremely friendly and helpful. Tim was our train engineer :-) and he did a fantastic job, as he was witty and funny! In addition he let my younger children hop up into the driver's seat and take pictures like they were train Engineers! While it is a little bit pricey it was well worth it. We would have never been able to walk around and see as much as we did with small children in tow and my father who is an older gentleman who needs to watch his activity level. I would definitely recommend the train tour!
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Springfield, Missouri
"Continued a Family Tradition"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 06, 2019 NEW
I first rode the Conch Train as a baby in 1968. I've been on it several times since, but this time I had my own family with me for the first time. It did not disappoint. The best way to get a feel for Key West and learn the history of what you see. We bought our tickets online and saved. Make sure you don't activate your online tickets until you are ready to redeem them at the Conch Train kiosk. It is a hop on, hop off tour that you can use as transportation all day with designated stops and a bathroom break. Our tour went on in spite of a downpour and we were provided ponchos and the option to get off of continue. We were already soaked so we continued and made the drenching we got part of the adventure. We finished the tour, got off for lunch, and since the rain stopped hopped back on for the dryer version of the tour. Wouldn't you know it rained again?! Our guides had different personalities, so the tours were both different. We learned a lot and enjoyed not having to walk around to see the sights, learning which things piqued our interest for us to return to later.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Conch Tour Train Key West

Where do the tours start?
Key West Tours begin at 303 Front Street. You can also begin your tour at our Flagler Station at 901 Caroline Street. If you board at this location, when you arrive in Mallory Square you will transfer to another vehicle to complete your train tour.

What time do the tours start and end each day?
Tours depart daily beginning at 9:00am from our Front Street location. The last tour departs Front Street at 4:30pm.

How often do your tours depart?
Train tours will depart at least every 30 minutes. If the vehicles fill sooner, they will leave sooner.

How long is your tour?
The Conch Tour Train is a 90-minute fully narrated tour of the historic area of the island.

Where do I park?
Parking on a 2 mile by 4 mile island can be difficult. Below is parking, please note these are not run by Conch Train Tour and pricing subject to change:

Mallory Square parking lot
Address: 412 Wall Street -
$4/hour ; $32/day maximum

Westin Resort & Marina
Address: 245 Front Street -
$4/hour ; $32/day maximum

Can I bring my stroller on board the train?
Yes, we can accommodate strollers but they must be collapsible and will be stored up front with the conductor. Strollers in the aisle ways would constitute a safety hazard.

Are the trains wheelchair accessible?
Yes, we do have some trains with ramps that can accommodate scooters and/or wheelchairs. We are happy to provide this service, but ask for a few small accommodations to allow us to do so with the utmost safety and minimal impact on other guests utilizing our service.
We request that you give us as much notice as possible as to your arrival date and the time you’d like to take the tour (24 hours preferred). This will assure that a properly equipped vehicle will be made available for your use. Please arrive at Mallory Square location at 302 Front Street no less than 15 minutes prior to your departure time so that we can accomplish the loading process smoothly and safely.

Are pets allowed on your trains?
Assistance animals, such as seeing-eye dogs, are the only animals that are allowed on board the trains.