Florida Keys Things to Do

Florida Keys Things to Do

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This is a wonderful guided tour of Key West! On this Conch Train tour, you can explore historic sites where notable figures like Ernest Hemingway and Harry S. Truman used to hang out, or see beloved landmarks like the Mallory Square, the Historic District, the Hemingway House, Key West Aquarium, Key West Lighthouse, Southernmost Point and more! Details
$39.85
Discover the dark side of Key West aboard The Trolley of the Doomed! This after-dark Ghosts and Gravestones Tour, narrated by a 17th-century gravedigger ‘Ghost Host’, takes you down the dark, narrow streets of Old Town and past the city’s most haunted attractions like Captain Tony’s Saloon and Porter Mansion. Includes a stop at the Shipwreck Museum. Details
$39.85
Meet Florida’s amazing sea creatures at the historic Key West Aquarium, the island’s very first attraction. Enjoy interactive exhibits like the Touch Tank, shark feeding and sea turtle conservation; learn about the near-shore mangrove environment at the Atlantic Shores exhibit, a 50,000-gallon tank featuring tropical and game fish, and more. Fun for all ages! Details
$22.56
Hop on this Old Town trolley tour to understand the city and see what the island can offer! This enjoyable ride will take you all around the highlights of the island, like Mallory Square, Henry Flager’s Historic Sails, the Southernmost Point (and more!) with funny and informative tour guides will make the experience entertaining for the entire family. Details
$50.35
Sails of Rails Museum offers an engaging exclusive look at the Age of Sail. Learn how sailors navigated the danger-laden waters of the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and, of course, the Florida Keys from the early 1500s to the early 1900s. Then, see how railroads became a dominating transportation force, ultimately deeply affecting the town of Key West. A visit to Sails to Rails is one of the most comprehensive overviews of the Florida Keys and Key West history a visitor can obtain. Details
$10.75