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Key West

Paradise exists at the southernmost tip of the USA, and it's here that millions of people flock each year to enjoy it. Surrounded by crystal blue waters, Key West is home to a myriad of eco-attractions, historical sights and outdoor adventures. When planning your Key West vacation, make sure to book your tours and get tickets to the top attractions online, which will save you time and money.

Recommended Key West Tours

Old Town Trolley
To learn all about the rich and colorful past of this tiny island paradise, take a sightseeing tour. The Old Town Trolley Tour is the most comprehensive in the city, a fully narrated experience that transports you to more than 100 points of interest. You can hop off the trolley at any of the 13 stops, explore the area at your own pace and hop back on when you're ready to continue the tour. Perfect for all ages, this is the only tour that shows you the entire island.

Conch Tour Train
Climb aboard this 90-minute journey through Old Town Key West, highlighting the top historical sites and attractions. Beginning at the Front Street Depot, your entertaining and knowledgeable conductor will take you on an exclusive tour through Duval Street, Truman Avenue, Flagler Station and more. Be sure to sample homemade ice cream and delicious fudge at the Conch Tour Trai's Station Depot before climbing back on board.

Ghosts and Gravestones Tour
To explore Key West's darker side, hop on the Ghosts and Gravestones Trolley of the Doomed, a spooky, yet fun look at Key West's most haunted places. Pass by some of the spookiest spots on the island, including the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, the African Slave Cemetery, Captain Tony's Saloon, St. Paul's Church and more. At the East Martello Fort, see the infamous Robert the Doll up close and hear strange stories of mystery and mayhem. From terrifying tales to spooky sights, sit back and enjoy this entertaining journey through Key West's haunted history.

Tropical Bike Tours
For a local's point of view, take a leisurely 2-hour Tropical Bike Tour around Key West's quiet streets. A Key West bike tour is a unique way to see and experience the laid-back island lifestyle. You can even sample exotic tropical fruits such as coconuts, key limes and mangoes. Cruise beneath a canopy of lush trees while you learn about Key West architecture, history, wildlife, natural beauty and more.

Historic Key West Walking Tours
If you prefer to walk around the island, the Historic Key West Walking Tour is a relaxed 1.4-mile walk through Historic Old Town. You'll witness Key West's natural beauty up close, learn about the island's rich history, see diverse architectural structures and more on this guided walking tour.

Fury Water Adventures Ultimate Adventure
Swim, snorkel, parasail, Jet Ski and play on a private water playground. It's an action packed experience that includes a delicious breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Cold beer and wine are served on the way back to dock. This top rated watersports adventure boards at 9:00am and returns at 4pm.

The Dry Tortugas & Fort Jefferson
One of the most unique places on the planet, the Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson are just 70 miles west of Key West. You'll travel in comfort and safety aboard a high- speed, state-of-the-art catamaran, the Yankee Freedom III, the official ferry to the Dry Tortugas. Complimentary breakfast, lunch and refreshments as well as snorkel gear and professional instruction are included. The Dry Tortugas National Park offers a variety of activities including snorkeling the reef, kayaking, sunning on a sandy beach, exotic bird watching and touring the massive Civil War fortress.

Top Rated Key West Attractions

Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum
A visit to Key West isn't complete without touring the home of this Noble Prize author. Ernest Hemingway lived and worked at this home in Key West for ten years and a visit here offers guests a close up view of his life. You'll tour the inside of the home and lush property, see his Royal typewriter and meet the six-toed cats, descendents of his beloved pets.

Key West Aquarium
Ever petted a shark? At the Key West Aquarium, you'll have the chance to do just that. This iconic Key West attraction has been welcoming guests since 1934 and offers a close encounter with some of the most unique and colorful marine species. Shark, ray and sea turtle feedings take place throughout the day and guests can enjoy checking out various sea species that are indigenous to the Florida Keys in the giant touch tank.

Harry S. Truman Little White House
Most who visit Key West fall in love with its relaxed persona and natural beauty. This was exactly the case with Harry S. Truman when he came for a winter retreat in 1946. Subsequently spending 175 days here during his presidency, Truman lived and worked in this charming waterfront home that was once a naval base. Tour this historic house to see some of his personal belongings, learn about his life and the other U.S. Presidents and foreign dignitaries that also spent time here.

Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
Discover the grace and beauty of many diverse butterfly species at the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory. Walk through their climate-controlled indoor habitat, which is home to hundreds of vibrant butterflies, flowers, plants and several bird species. Explore the fascinating habits of these gentle creatures in the Learning Center, and check out the Wings of Imagination Butterfly Gallery that showcases a variety of butterfly and nature-themed works of art.

Mel Fisher's Maritime Museum
It took 17 years of hunting, but Mel Fisher finally found the mother lode: the sunken treasure of the Spanish Galleon Atocha. Today, guests to his museum can see, feel and touch many of the items he and his crew recovered. Exhibits include gold bars, gold and silver coins, a gold cross embellished with emeralds and much more.

Audubon House and Tropical Gardens
A journey back to 19th century Key West is what's in store when you visit the lovely Audubon House and Tropical Gardens. Visitors can tour the magnificent home to see many artifacts and items from that era and roam the beautiful one-acre gardens. An extensive collection of hand-painted lithographs by the revered naturalist John James Audubon is also on display throughout the home.

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