Exciting Things To Do In Key West, FL
Discover the most popular attractions in the Florida Keys just a short sunny stroll from our waterfront resort and spa. Whether you feel adventurous, or just want to take in the legendary sights of Key West, we're only a few blocks from all the treasures that await you. You can hit the water with Danger Charters or Sunset Watersports, explore Forts Jefferson and Taylor, catch a show at Red Barn Theatre, then sing the night away with live music at Sloppy Joe's or Hog's Breath Saloon, all steps from our hotel.
Discover the best Key West attraction and local adventures as you explore the Florida Keys. From snorkeling to dolphin watching, here's what to add to your itinerary.
Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square
Join all of Key West for the daily Sunset Celebration, as Mallory Square fills with performers, musicians and magicians, 2 hours before sundown.
Ernest Hemingway House
See where the famed author wrote some of his greatest stories, home today to over 40 cats, many 6-toed descendents of Papa's own Snowball.
Mel Fisher Maritime Museum
Picture yourself a treasure hunter at the Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum, where precious cargo from slave ships and the Atocha are on display.
Key West Aquarium
One of the first in Florida built in the 1930s, the historic Key West Aquarium showcases the diversity of marine life in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean.
Harry S. Truman Little White House
President Truman spent 175 winter days of his presidency here, inspired by the sprawling estate, pristine architecture, and the Florida sun.
Fort Jefferson and Dry Tourtugas National Park
Secluded in the scenic Dry Tortugas, a group of islands off the coast of Key West, this historic fort is the largest brick structure in the Americas.
Fort Zachary Taylor
A 54-acre recreational Florida State Park and home to Fort Taylor, this picturesque part of Key West beckons sightseers, cyclists, and snorkelers.
Red Barn Theatre
Dating back to 1829, this historic building was originally a carriage house, until local players turned it into an intimate 88-seat theater.