Key West is best known as a chain of coral islands of varying size, featuring a unique mixture of cultural influences and tolerant atmosphere. Key West experiences tropical climate with the coolest month of January and warmest month of July. Basically popular for lively nightlife, historic sites, water sports, and beaches, Key West is one of the most energetic place to reveal island’s intriguing architecture, retail malls, shopping centers, gardens, parks, residential areas and courtyards. Have a glimpse of Key West’s offbeat sense of humor, enjoy your long vacations and preserve each moment of your holidays.
FORT ZACHARY TAYLOR HISTORIC STATE PARK
Explore beautiful underwater habitat and experience rich tropical marine life of lobsters, yellowtail snappers, parrot fishes, hard and soft corals and other marine animals at Fort Zachary Beach. Youngsters enjoy biking along the shaded paths and beside the Key West Shipping Channel. Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park is scattered in 54 acres with picnic tables all around. Experience Key Wests most spectacular sunset from 8:00 am. In addition also enjoy forts, cafes and private parties at Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park.
Filled with heritage architecture and other cultural attractions, Key West is a popular tropical destination to enjoy few of the best snorkeling and diving experiences with top water adventures. Take an unforgettable journey with famous Boat Tours and glide across the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Do enjoy the activities of aquatic animals like dolphins and sea turtles. With comfort and style, enjoy a leisurely lunch, sea attractions, water sports, views of sunrise and sunset at Boat Tours.
KEY WEST BUTTERFLY & NATURE CONSERVATORY
The Nature Conservatory comprises of the inviting environment of colorful birds, flowering plants, cascading waterfalls and trees and other beautiful winged creatures. Relax and be amazed to see a variety of some 50 to 60 butterfly species from around the world. Additionally, you will also see over 20 exotic bird species and close view of a variety of live caterpillars. You can visit Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory with ticket price of $12 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.
Located in Key Wests Old Town, Mallory Square is a plaza where town folk come to exchange news, gossip and shop. It is the most popular platform for shops, live entertainment, theatres, restaurants, museums and sunsets in Key West. Mallory Square invites to watch the glowing pink and red sun sink into the Gulf of Mexico horizon. Here, the jugglers, local musicians, clowns, magicians, artists, and food vendors make the nighty festivals and offer you the incredible cultural experience. Book Mallory Square hotels and enjoy the ideal and quality luxuries in the city.
HARRY S. TRUMAN LITTLE WHITE HOUSE
The Harry S. Truman Little White House is a historic site where presidents relax and restore body and mind while dealing with the threats of the Cold War. It offers a glimpse into the politics of the Cold War and the Naval History of Key West. The place remains open 7 days a week, 365 days a year including all holidays. The Harry S. Truman Little White House is a living museum which is also used for government functions. You can visit the place approximately every 20 minutes from 9 am until 4:30 pm daily.
ERNEST HEMINGWAY HOME AND MUSEUM
The site is a unique property of Americas most honoured and respected authors. For more than 10 years, Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote here therefore, the museum is named after him. Visit the rooms and gardens that witness his Nobel Prize as well as his writing career. Wander through the lush grounds and enjoy the environment there. The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum welcomes thousands of visitors from around the world all the year. You can enjoy a 30 minute guided tour from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.
KEY WEST CEMETERY
The Key West Cemetery is a unique and intriguing site lies in the heart of Old Town. It is spread in 19 acre park where Bahamian mariners, soldiers and civilians, Protestants and Jews, millionaires and paupers, Catholics, people of all races rest side-by-side echoing the island city’s diverse heritage. The site remains open every day at 7:00 AM and closes during summer months at 7:00 PM and at 6:00 PM during winter months. A free comprehensive self-guided tour map is available at the cemetery’s front entrance.
AUDUBON HOUSE & TROPICAL GARDENS
The Audubon House & Tropical Gardens is a garden with a view of herb garden, tropical foliage, old-style nursery, and a lush view of bromeliads and orchids. World class paintings and antique furnishings are the extraordinary material beautifying the glory of the site. The Audubon House & Tropical Gardens features a unique collection of 19th century, real Audubon art and a comprehensive selection of John James Audubon’s images.
Smathers Beach is the most beautiful island which is also considered as one of the largest of the 4 beaches within the city. It is also well known for its spring breaks. Visitors come here to watch the spectacular sunset and enjoy the glory of beach. In addition, the beach also offers volleyball courts, picnic areas, restroom facilities, Jet Ski rentals and free admission and parking. Book hotels near Smathers Beach and feel the fresh air all the day long.