Key West Attractions

Below is a list of various Key West Attractions.

Key West offers an excellent variety of things for everyone!

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Key West Sunset

Conch Tour Train

Take a ride on the “Conch Tour Train” and visit many of the Key West attractions along the way! The train tour is one of Key West’s hottest attractions and there is good reason. It’s a hoot! The expert and friendly staff know their business. You will get a crash course in Key West history, along with the fun and excitement of the tour itself. Get a close up view of the tropical paradise called Key West.

Take a ride on the Conch Tour Train.



Duval Street

Duval Street is the epicenter of Key West for the first time visitor. It’s party central, restaurant row, and the shopping mecca for all visitors. There is much more to Key West, but Duval Street is the starting, and ending point. Almost everything you are looking for in Key West can be reached from Duvall Street. Most of the histroical sites, museums, and Mallory Square are within easy walking distance.

Take a walk down Duval Street.

Downtown Key West


Mallory Square

Mallory Square may be the most famous sunset party anywhere! Every night, locals and visitors alike migrate to Mallory Square to join the sunset celebration, shop, drink, and enjoy the street performers. Every visit to Key West should include this sunset ritual. After the festivities at Mallory Square, people meander back to Duval Street and points beyond to enjoy the nightlife that Key West is famous for.

Join the sunset celebration at Mallory Square.

Located at the
west end of Duval Street


Smathers Beach

Smathers Beach is located at Mile Marker 0, Ocean Side and it is the largest of the Key West Beaches. Smathers Beach is a great place to relax and catch some sun. Watersports equipment is available for rent and there are usually some street vendors selling local fare so you won’t go hungry. Stop by Smathers Beach and relax!

Be sure to visit Smathers Beach.

Mile Marker 0 Ocean Side
Key West, FL


Mel Fisher Maritime Museum

Visiting the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum will take you back in time as you step into the exciting world of treasure hunting! The history of Mel Fisher and his life as a treasure hunter are fascinating. The hardships he suffered along his journey to success are inspiring to say the least. Mel Fisher’s discoveries include the “Atocha” and the “Santa Margarita”. Be sure to visit the Mel Fisher Museum.

Step into the world of the treasure hunter at the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum.

200 Greene Street
Key West, Florida 33040


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