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Key West Tall Ship and Crawl
"Experience this salty adventure by land and sea. On the piratical tall ship you can help raise the red sails or relax and watch the unfurling of the awesome Crimson sheets as you take in the sights of the Historic Seaport Sunset Key Christmas Tree Island and seize a view of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park from the safe harbor of the Gulf of Mexico. This will not be your average sail nor your average crawl. This tour is a great afternoon of food tasting drinking and sailing presented with a hint of Piracy. The Caribbean flavors will be showcased with a good variety of surf and turf tastings to fill you up and of course some stellar choices of drink will be included. Join us for an unforgettable afternoo""
From $116.00
 
Key West Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour
"Explore Key West while hopping on and off at any of our designated trolley sightseeing stops. Visit over 50 points of interest with this all day pass as our expert guides provide live narration and entertainment with stories only locals could tell! LaConcha Hotel (Margaritaville Oldest House Museum) Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center (Fort Zachary Taylor State Park U.S.S Mohawk) Higgs Beach (White Street Fishing Pier West Martello Tower) Southernmost Point (Southernmost House Mansion Upper Duval Street Shopping) Ernest Hemingway House Museum (Lighthouse Museum Bahama Village) Key West Bight (Schooner Wharf
From $20.00
 
Conch Tour Train
"Ride Key West’s Conch Tour Train a proud tribute to Henry Flagler's engineering miracle in the early 1900s when he brought the first railroad to the Florida island! Travel back through time as you explore the lush tropical island. Learn about the ‘Conch’ – the first settlers and long-time residents of Key West – and hear about important historical figures who became captivated by the island such as John James Audubon Ernest Hemingway and Harry S Truman.From bold Spanish explorers to the great cigar barons you’ll be transported back to the exciting railroad days of the early 1900s – there’s so much to see and learn on the Conch Tour Train! """
From $30.00

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Marks the Entrance to the Gulf of Mexico

The lighthouse on Loggerhead Key was built in 1858 to replace the Fort Jefferson light because even with this light, ships still ran aground on the surrounding nearly eighty-square-mile grouping of...
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Mar 24, 2005

National Park Video

Although it is difficult to be very 'off the beaten track' here, many people may miss the fact that there is a very good informational video in the National Park visitor's information center. There...
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Mar 24, 2005
 
 
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