Cruise in spacious comfort to Fort Jefferson aboard the official Dry Tortugas National Park Ferry. Book now and save $25 on your next trip!
The Key West Sunset Celebration invites everyone to partake in watching the glowing pink and red sun sink into the Gulf of Mexico horizon. The nightly festival hosts visitors from all over the world who come to take part in the magicians, jugglers, clowns, psychics, local musicians, artists, and food vendors that combine for an incredible cultural experience.
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.
Tastings, Souvenirs, Tours and more! Rated in USA Today’s Ten Best! Come taste history at the Key West First Legal Rum Distillery.
Don’t Just Visit Key West; relive it on the tour that has been showcasing Key West since 1980.
Are you ready for a bone-chilling journey to the unknown? Book now and save $10 on the Trolley of the Doomed.
Want to see Key West from every angle? Hop on a jet ski combo package with Fury & save up to $120*! Pair your jet ski combo with a reef snorkeling adventure, parasail or glass-bottom boat ride.
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