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What to Do in Key West

Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

Home to legendary writer Ernest Hemingway for the last ten years of his life, this location is where he penned some of his most famous novels, including For Whom the Bell Tolls and Farewell to Arms. Tour guides will inform you about the infamous writer's works, and memorabilia will grant you a glimpse into his life. After your tour, stroll through the adjacent garden.

Butterfly and Nature Conservatory

An excellent location if you're looking for a respite from other tourists, the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory contains some 60 species of butterfly that flutter through a large glass-domed aviary. There are also 20 species of exotic birds in the conservatory, as well as over 3500 species of plants. A serene, fragrant oasis, this spot is perfect for nature enthusiasts.

Harry S. Truman Little White House

History buffs, look no further than the Harry S. Truman Little White House. Originally constructed in 1890 as a naval station during the Spanish-American War, it was, in 1946, converted into the president's winter white house. Since then, many presidents have come here to unwind. Today, it is a museum that showcases Key West's history. Afterwards, enjoy a stroll through the home's botanical gardens.

What to See in Key West

Mallory Square

If you're looking for something to do during the evening, look no further than visiting Mallory Square. Once a warehouse area, it is now home to Sunset Celebration, a nightly sunset-watching tradition that starts two hours before the sun sets. Here, witness the sun go down amongst live musicians, jugglers, and vendors. The best part? It's free to attend!

Duval Street

Duval Street, extending from Mallory Square to the Southernmost Point marker, is Key West's primary tourist strip. Restaurants and bars line the street, which makes nightlife especially appealing here. During the day, visit a variety of tourist attractions or shops. Various festivals are located here throughout the year, including the Hemingway Days Festival. Duval Street will give you the feeling of Key West life.

Dry Tortugas National Park

Located 70 miles off the west coast of Key West and available only by ferry or seaplane, the Dry Tortugas National Park is a perfect day trip for history and nature lovers alike. On your trip there, enjoy views of dolphins as they jump through the stunning blue waters. Once you arrive, visit the 19th Century Fort Jefferson, then snorkel or swim in designated areas.

Where to Stay in Key West

Old Town

Home to both Duval Street and Mallory Square, Old Town is the definitive heart of Key West. Perfect for first-time visitors, Old Town features an array of colorful wood houses that are fun to look at. Walkable to many tourist attractions and other areas of the city, Old Town is great if you're looking for a relaxing vacation.

Historic Seaport

More laid back than the tourist center that is Old Town, the Historic Seaport offers both activity and relaxation. Here, you'll find many restaurants facing the waters with dazzling views of the sunset during evening meals. You'll also find many charters here, perfect if you're looking for day trips dedicated to swimming or snorkeling. If you're lucky, you might even see a dolphin.

New Town

For those looking to stay off the beaten track, we recommend staying in New Town, a quieter, more modern area of Key West located east of Old Town. Offering shopping centers, modern waterfront hotels, and various attractions, this location is best for families looking for a less bustling area. Plus, prices tend to be cheaper in this area.

Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

Home to legendary writer Ernest Hemingway for the last ten years of his life, this location is where he penned some of his most famous novels, including For Whom the Bell Tolls and Farewell to Arms. Tour guides will inform you about the infamous writer's works, and memorabilia will grant you a glimpse into his life. After your tour, stroll through the adjacent garden.

Butterfly and Nature Conservatory

An excellent location if you're looking for a respite from other tourists, the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory contains some 60 species of butterfly that flutter through a large glass-domed aviary. There are also 20 species of exotic birds in the conservatory, as well as over 3500 species of plants. A serene, fragrant oasis, this spot is perfect for nature enthusiasts.

Harry S. Truman Little White House

History buffs, look no further than the Harry S. Truman Little White House. Originally constructed in 1890 as a naval station during the Spanish-American War, it was, in 1946, converted into the president's winter white house. Since then, many presidents have come here to unwind. Today, it is a museum that showcases Key West's history. Afterwards, enjoy a stroll through the home's botanical gardens.

Mallory Square

If you're looking for something to do during the evening, look no further than visiting Mallory Square. Once a warehouse area, it is now home to Sunset Celebration, a nightly sunset-watching tradition that starts two hours before the sun sets. Here, witness the sun go down amongst live musicians, jugglers, and vendors. The best part? It's free to attend!

Duval Street

Duval Street, extending from Mallory Square to the Southernmost Point marker, is Key West's primary tourist strip. Restaurants and bars line the street, which makes nightlife especially appealing here. During the day, visit a variety of tourist attractions or shops. Various festivals are located here throughout the year, including the Hemingway Days Festival. Duval Street will give you the feeling of Key West life.

Dry Tortugas National Park

Located 70 miles off the west coast of Key West and available only by ferry or seaplane, the Dry Tortugas National Park is a perfect day trip for history and nature lovers alike. On your trip there, enjoy views of dolphins as they jump through the stunning blue waters. Once you arrive, visit the 19th Century Fort Jefferson, then snorkel or swim in designated areas.

Old Town

Home to both Duval Street and Mallory Square, Old Town is the definitive heart of Key West. Perfect for first-time visitors, Old Town features an array of colorful wood houses that are fun to look at. Walkable to many tourist attractions and other areas of the city, Old Town is great if you're looking for a relaxing vacation.

Historic Seaport

More laid back than the tourist center that is Old Town, the Historic Seaport offers both activity and relaxation. Here, you'll find many restaurants facing the waters with dazzling views of the sunset during evening meals. You'll also find many charters here, perfect if you're looking for day trips dedicated to swimming or snorkeling. If you're lucky, you might even see a dolphin.

New Town

For those looking to stay off the beaten track, we recommend staying in New Town, a quieter, more modern area of Key West located east of Old Town. Offering shopping centers, modern waterfront hotels, and various attractions, this location is best for families looking for a less bustling area. Plus, prices tend to be cheaper in this area.

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