Can’t Miss in Key West

 
 
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Southernmost point

It’s not a visit to Key West until you stop at this Insta-worthy spot. Strike a post and get your shot next to this Key West landmark that proudly stands just 90 miles from Cuba.


Ernest hemingway museum

From feline enthusiasts, literary book worms, history buffs, and the average wanderlusts - a visit to the Hemingway Museum is a must-do. Their flexible and frequent guided tours are the perfect itinerary filler for your Key West vacation. Stop in for a 30-minute tour 365 days of the year from 9am - 5pm.

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Sunset Celebration

We here in Key West take issue with Einstein’s famous quote: "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Yes, we do the same thing over and over again by gathering every night on the pier at Mallory Square to enjoy jugglers, island musicians, artists, food vendors and friends providing ample entertainment. And yes, we expect different results. Where we prove Einstein wrong is that we see a stunning, unique sunset each and every night. Join in on the party.


Mel Fisher Museum

Shiprwrecks. Lost treasures. Rediscovered! This is a stop that will thrill the young and old. The Mel Fisher Museum is home to a collection of rotating artifacts from 17th century shipwrecks. Gold galleons aren’t for pirates only - you can purchase one from the museum gift shop.


Bar HOpping & Live music

The reputation of Key West’s night life precedes itself. A night on Duval Street can be synonymous with a night of bar hopping. The electric nightlife and live music draws passerby into each of the many legendary stops on the way. Duval and the surrounding streets host old standbys like Sloppy Joes, Green Parrot, and Hog’s Breath. And folks - you heard it here first - if you find yourself stopping in to the Garden of Eden on a evening of bar hopping, don’t be surprised to find out that it is clothing optional!