The Shops at Mallory Square feature some of the island’s most interesting shops, boutiques, art galleries, exhibits and places to eat. It is a 26,000 square foot emporium that has Key West’s only up escalator. Learn More
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If you like jet skiing, snorkeling, sunset cruises, parasailing, water trampolines, rock climbing, and private charters, then Fury Water Adventures is your ticket to fun. Learn More
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Old Town Trolley Tours
Don't Just Visit Key West; relive it on the tour that has been showcasing Key West since 1980. With 12 stops, leave the driving to the trolley and disembark at any or all of the stops for shopping, dining and exploring on your own. The fully narrated tour is filled with colorful anecdotes and well-researched historical facts and covers over 100 points of interest on its 90-minute loop. Learn More
Conch Tour Train
See the Best on the train tour that's been entertaining visitors to the Island City of Key West, Florida since 1958. Learn More
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The island has several resorts, bed and breakfasts and hotels offering magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, the Key West Harbor and the beaches in both Old Town and New Town neighborhoods.
Key West does offer accommodations for all budgets, even in the highly desired Old Town area. In addition to budget hotels, Key West has a hostel offering visitors accommodations in a dorm-like setting.
Key West’s has always been proud of its diverse and accepting culture. Key West offer several hotels and resorts that cater specifically to the gay and lesbian guest with men only, women only and mixed ...