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Discover Mallory Square
Mallory Square has always been the hub of Key West’s social and commercial life from the time of the city’s beginning in the early 1820’s. It is where master wrecker Asa Tift’s ships’ laden goods from the shipwrecks would dock and then be stored in his warehouses on the waterfront. It is where the town folk would come to exchange news, gossip and shop. Fast forward a century-and-a-half and you will find that Mallory Square is still the center of Key West with restaurants, shops, theater, museums, live entertainment and the most spectacular sunsets to be found anywhere.
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Beginning two hours before sunset, it’s a celebration and view that has captured the love and astonishment of iconic figures from Mark Twain in the 1800s to Tennessee Williams in the late 20th century!
For the best shopping experience in paradise, there’s no better place than the shops at Mallory Square. Stroll through the air-conditioned building and discover some of the finest Key West treasures, novelty gifts, and souvenirs.
What’s a celebration without some entertainment? At Sunset Celebration the fun actually begins before the sunsets with a large variety of talented musicians, sword swallowers, jugglers, escape artists, animal acts, acrobats and tightrope walkers. America’s Got Talent should spend an evening here.
No matter what your budget, the island is home to some amazing homes, hotels, resorts and bed and breakfasts. Whether looking for an ocean front room or a tropical island view, old and new, Key West has it
You will never go hungry or thirsty in Mallory Square. From the food vendors at sunset to the delectable seafood, to Cuban/Conch/Caribbean fare to tropical juices, deserts and drinks there is something for every palate.