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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.
 

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.
Category: Attractions
907 Whitehead St, Key West, Florida 33040

Key West Aquarium

One of the first in Florida built in the 1930s, the historic Key West Aquarium showcases the diversity of marine life of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. 
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1 Whitehead St, Key West, Florida 33040

Fort Jefferson and Dry Tortugas 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.
Category: Attractions
Key West, Florida 33041

Sunset Watersports

The oldest and largest tour group in Key West, Sunset Watersports offers exciting parasailing and snorkeling adventures and a "Do-it-All" package.
Category: Activities
1900 N Roosevelt Blvd, Key West, Florida 33040

Sloppy Joe's Key West

The rich history of this bar traces back to the day after Prohibition ended - and before - as the original owner ran speakeasies across town.
Category: Restaurant
201 Duval St, Key West, Florida 33040

Hogs Breath Saloon

Known for its vibrant live music scene every day and night, Hog’s Breath Saloon has a devoted following of “Hog Heads” across the globe.
Category: Activities
400 Front St, Key West, Florida 33040

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.
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200 Greene St, Key West, Florida 33040

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.
Category: Activities
400 Wall St, Key West, Florida 33040

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.
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601 Howard England Way, Key West, Florida 33040

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.
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111 Front St, Key West, Florida 33040

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.
Category: Entertainment
319 Duval St, Key West, Florida 33040

Danger Charters Keywest

With the best-rated Sunset Sail in the state for 3 years running, Danger Charters is also famous for its impressive "Skipjack" replica Schooners.
Category: Activities
Key West, Florida 33040
 
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