Don’t just visit Key West; relive it on the tour that has been showcasing Key West since 1980. Continue reading
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%
As the island’s newest attraction, the Sails to Rails Museum at Flagler Station chronicles Key West’s epic story story to the present day. Learn of opportunistic pirates, shipwrecks and how it all lead to Key West’s first industry. Check out all the hands-on, interactive exhibits and even hold a salvaged bar of silver in your hands! There are worlds to be discovered here that will surely add a whole new perspective to your travels in the Conch Republic!
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.
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 $15.