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Old Town Trolley Tours of Key West. See such points of interest as the Hemingway House, the Key West Aquarium, the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum, Duval Street, the Historic Seaport, The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory and the Southernmost Point on an Old Town Trolley Tours® 90 minute, narrated tour of Key West. Guests may tour at their own pace and disembark at any or all of the twelve stops to enjoy attractions, shopping and dining. Tours depart every 30 minutes from each of the conveniently located stops. The expert tour conductors combine colorful anecdotes, humorous stories and well-researched historical information into a fast paced narrative to entertain guests of all ages.

Here are just a few reasons why Old Town Trolley is the best sightseeing tour in town:
• Ride Second Consecutive Day for only $15 (*Must be used on consecutive days. Ticket valid until the end of the business day on the date of use.)
• Kids 3 and under ride FREE
• Top rated on Trip Advisor
• Full-color map and discount coupons for attractions, restaurants, and shopping with every ticket
• Hop on and off at your leisure
• Key West's most comprehensive tour fully narrated by our expert tour conductors
• On and off FREE re-boarding at 13 stops
• Colorful anecdotes and well-research historical facts
• Exclusive stops and attraction discounts
• More than 100 Points of Interest


Operating Times:
9am - 4:30pm daily 364 days a year (Closed the last Saturday in October for Fantasy Fest)
# of Stops:
13 stops. eTicket holders may board at any of the following locations:
(1) Mallory Square
(2) Historic Key West Seaport
(3) Simonton Row - Simonton and Greene St
(4) La Concha Crowne Plaza
(5) Bahama Village Market
(6) Fairfield Inn
(7) East Martello Fort/Robert The Doll
(8) Hampton Inn
(9) East Martello Civil War Fort
(10) Casa Marina Resort
(11) Southernmost Trolley Stop
(12) Truman Ave. & Duval St.
(13) Angela & Duval Streets
Duration: 1.5 hours
Booth Location: Mallory Square, 303 Front Street
Parking:
Parking is available at Mallory Square or The Westin Parking garage.

Please Note: Face coverings are required to be worn by all staff and guests over the age of six (6) per city code. For the convenience of our guests, face masks are available for purchase Details
$50.35
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

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

Details
$39.85
Key West has quite a spooky history. Join this eerie tour through the Key West and hear the sinister stories of the past. From murder to mayhem, this tour is not for the faint of heart. Try not to tremble as you walk past the island’s most haunted places including the Porter Mansion, the Marrero House, the Hanging Tree, and more. This 90-minute tour is not suitable for visitors under the age of 13. Details
$38.80
The Key West Aquarium is Key West’s first attraction and was built by the WPA during the Depression. The facility took two years to complete and opened on February 18, 1935. It was the first aquarium in the world to use the open-air concept allowing for natural sunlight to illuminate the concrete marine displays. One of its original purposes was a marine repository for other aquariums from around the country.

In 1943 the US Government leased the Key West Aquarium to the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard who used it as a rifle range. In 1946 the Aquarium was returned to the city of Key West and restored to its former glory. In the 1960s the roof was added to the once opened air aquarium to cut down on algae in the exhibits. More modern methods of illuminating the tanks were slowly being developed and with it came the end of the open-air aquarium.

Today, the Key West Aquarium is home to sharks, turtles, stingrays, tropical and other various fish found in the beautiful waters of Key West. It is actively involved in the conservation of the delicate eco-system of the Florida Keys.

Aquarium Highlights:
  • Daily shark and turtle feedings and the Touch Tank offer guests a hands-on experience with the sea life of the surrounding waters.
  • The Aquarium features a wide variety of fish including grouper, moray eels, barracuda, tropical fish, tarpon, parrotfish, and much, much more.

    Operating Times: Daily. 10 am to 6 pm - 365 days a year.
    Duration: self guided
    Parking: Parking is available at Mallory Square or The Westin Parking garage.
    Age Requirements: Children prices are ages 4-12 yrs. of age. Children 3 yrs. and younger are free.

    Notes:
    Shows & Feeding: 11AM, 1PM, 3PM & 4:30PM
    Facial coverings are mandatory throughout the City of Key West.
    Details
  • $18.27