Key West’s most infamous thoroughfare, Duval Street is the go-to spot for all of the island’s bars, shops, galleries, and more.
“See you at Sunset!” This iconic phrase has embodied the spirit and history of Key West since the event took off in the late 1960s! Beginning two hours before sunset, it’s a celebration and view that has captured the love and astonishment of iconic figures from Mark Twain in the 1800s to Tennessee Williams in the late 20th century!
Key West’s iconic yellow, black and red buoy is easily the Southernmost City’s most photographed spot.
Located in Key West’s famous Mallory Square, the Key West Aquarium is one of the island’s most popular attractions for people of all ages.
Spend your day swimming or snorkeling at one of the most popular beaches in Key West.
The Key West Cemetery is much like the city itself, quirky and full of history. It’s free and makes a great stop on a tour of the Southernmost City.
With snorkeling, diving, beautiful beaches, and even a historic fort, the Dry Tortugas is the perfect day trip from Key West.
Explore Key West’s vibrant wrecking history immortalized in the Shipwreck Museum in Old Town.
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