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There's lots to do

Exceptional Experiences to satisfy Everyone

Within one block of Caribbean House, you can enjoy some of the best-rated restaurants in Key West- Blue Heaven, Firefly, Santiago's Bodega, La Creperie and Blue Macaw just to name a few. Shopping is near-by on Petronia Street with Beasme Mucho,  Wanderlust KW and Lost Boy Creations within two blocks.

Make sure to visit the newest and hippest addition to the Petronia Street corridor-Blue MacCaw Island Eats and Bar. It has a great Island Vibe and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a super Happy Hour. Snorkeling, parasailing, scuba diving, sunset sails, live music, beaches, Mel Fisher Treasures Museum, ghost tours, the best bars, and restaurants, it's all at your fingertips!
Key West is jam-packed with things to do and special events for visitors of all interests. Your vacation can be action filled or laid-back and relaxed; you are in control.
Try your hand at Deep Sea Fishing, Backwater Fishing, Dive a Ship Wreck, Snorkel, visit art galleries and museums or shop for unique gifts. Dine at some of the finest restaurants in the country, do the Duval Crawl or just relax on one of our hammock chairs.
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Southernmost Point of the Continental US

The Southernmost Point Buoy is a concrete buoy in Key West, Florida. It marks the southernmost point in the continental United States. It's also recognized as the lowest latitude land of the North American United States.

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum is in the heart of Old Town Key West. This unique historic estate was home to one of America’s most esteemed authors. He lived and wrote in this home for more than ten years calling Key West home. Explore the rooms and gardens that witnessed the most yielding period of his Nobel Prize-winning writer.

Fort Zachary Taylor

Fort Zachary Taylor is not only a magnificent natural setting for birdwatching or swimming, but it’s also a one-of-a-kind experience for anyone visiting the Florida Keys. The Fort was built before the Civil War and is a National historical Monument that is home to the most massive cache of Civil War armament in the world.

Mallory Square

Mallory Square is a waterfront square with restaurants & shops, known for its nightly festivals to watch the sunset. Enjoy the day at Mallory square.

Truman Little White House

When it was originally built in 1890 it served as a naval station headquarters during both World War I and II. It also worked as a winter white house in 1946 to President Truman.

Key West Lighthouse

After the Navy established a base in key west in 1823 it quickly became apparent that a lighthouse was needed. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1969.

The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory

Enjoy walking among butterflies and colorful birds. There are from 50 to 60 butterfly species there and 20 exotic birds to see and enjoy.

West Martello Tower

This place is a must see it is beautiful with gardens and it is down by the water. Starting in 1822 the West Martello Tower has had a long history with the military.

Yankee Freedom III Dry Tortugas Ferry

The area is known for its reefs, as they caused a good amount of shipwrecks that date back to the 1600s. Because of this, the United States built Fort Jefferson.

Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center

Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center promotes awareness for the ecosystem of south Florida. It features over 6,000 square feet of interactive exhibits. Visitors can explore the exhibits and the different habitats that they represent.
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