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Attractions Near Mallory Square

Harry S Truman Little White House
If you’re wild about Harry, then you should add a visit to the Harry S Truman Little White House to your Key West vacation list. Built for the Key West Naval Station officers in 1890, this incredible building began serving as Harry Truman’s winter retreat while president. In addition to Truman, the house has hosted six presidents and a king and today, it is a museum of living history, events, a retreat, and Florida’s only presidential museum.
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. Ride a 2nd day for only $10! 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Key West Aquarium
Built as the first attraction on the island in 1932, the Key West Aquarium is today home to the underwater residents of Key West: sharks, turtles, tropical fish, and game fish.
Audubon House & Gardens
Set on a lovely 1 acre site in the heart of Old Town Key West, the Audubon House & Tropical Gardens features brick-pathed gardens offer a lush 1-acre view of orchids, bromeliads, and other tropical foliage, an herb garden and 1840-style nursery. The house, built by Capt. John Geiger, the home is filled with antique furnishings purchased from estate sales and auctions in Europe. The naturalist, John James Audubon, stayed in the house while working on his book, The Birds of America.
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. The Conch Tour Train is one of the most popular Key West attractions and for a good reason! Purchase a ticket for a 2nd consecutive day for only $10.
Mel Fisher's Maritime Museum
Discover amazing artifacts from the 1622 treasure fleet recovered by Mel Fisher and his team of treasure salvors. Lean about Key West's unique role in the trans Atlantic slave trade and piracy. The museum also offers special Archaeology and Conservation Tours.
Key West Museum of Art & History at the Custom House
Located in Key West's must impressive building the the Key West Museum of Art and History is home to permanent and visiting collections featuring both local and world renowned artists. Two floors of exhibitions featuring two centuries of history, art, people, and events are yours to discover.
Ghosts & Gravestones
Many find Key West strange during the day; but after the sun goes down, the restless souls of the island’s frightful past begin to stir. Join your gravedigger guide aboard the "Trolley of the Doomed" for an evening through Key West's darker side. Ghosts & Gravestones of Key West offers guests an adventure into the strange and macabre past of this Southernmost City. Buy your tickets online and Save 10%