Marathon Attractions

Below is a list of various Marathon Attractions.

Marathon offers an assortment of attractions to suit everyone!

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Crane Point Museum

Crane Point Museum in Marathon is a 63 acre mini-paradise of hardwood trees. You will find educational displays along the many nature trails located throughout the hammock. Give yourself plenty of time to enjoy Crane Point. The history, the nature trails, the wild bird recovery center, and the other points of interest will take some time to soak it all in!

Be sure to visit the Crane Point Museum.

Phone: 305-743-9100
Mile Marker 50.5 Bayside
Marathon , FL 33050


Dolphin Research Center

TheDolphin Research Center offers an amazing opportunity to interact with dolphins and sea lions. The main mission of the Dolphin research center is to promote peaceful coexistence, cooperation and communication between marine mammals, humans and the environment we share. This is one of the most popular of the Marathon Attractions.

For more details, visit Dolphin Research Center.

Phone: (305) 289-0002
58901 Overseas Highway
Marathon , FL 33050


Pidgeon Key

Pidgeon Key truly has a place in Florida history. Henry Flagler’s railroad made the Florida Keys accessible from mainland Florida. His 7 Mile Bridge alone was acknowledged as an engineering feat. Pigeon Key can be reached either by foot or ferry service. The Pigeon Key Visitor Center and Gift Shop is located on Knight’s Key, mile marker 47 oceanside.

For more details, visit Pidgeon Key.

Phone: (305) 289-0025
PO Box 500130
Marathon , FL 33050


Sombrero Beach

Sombrero Beach offers everything a good beach should. Nice sand, beautiful water, and the amenities you need. It is one of the more popular Marathon attractions! In 2001, the beach was redeveloped to include total handicap accessibility. This park offers picnic pavilions, volleyball courts, restrooms and showers. Sombrero Beach is a turtle nesting beach. From April through October, the beach is closely monitored to help protect the nesting turtles.

For more details, visit Sombrero Beach.

Sombrero Beach Rd., MM 50 OS
Marathon, FL


Coco Plum Beach

Coco Plum Beach is another gem among the Florida Keys Attractions. This beach is very popular with the locals and is the perfect beach for a nice romantic stroll. Coco Plum Beach is a turtle nesting habitat so it is closely monitored from April through October. You can spend time here without the big crowds normally associated with the more well known beaches.

For more details, visit Coco Plum Beach.

MM 53 Ocean Side


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