The "Sunset Celebration," one of the city's most popular tourist attractions, is held at Mallory Square.
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Coral reefs, shipwrecks, fishing, and boating are some of the beautiful and distinctive elements found in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
The renowned American novelist previously resided at the Hemingway House, one of Key West's most well-known attractions, where he spent more than ten years.
Key West Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters Museum
In Key West, Florida, you may find the Key West Lighthouse. The original lighthouse in Key West was a 65-foot tower built in 1825.
Fort Zachary Taylor
The fort is home to the biggest collection of seacoast guns from the American Civil War.
Dry Tortugas National Park
The only tropical reef in the United States' continental territory, Dry Tortugas is the third-largest coral barrier reef in the world.
The largest public beach in Key West, Florida, is called Smathers Beach. The beach offers a stretch of picture-perfect sand, chair rentals, volleyball courts, and a gentle wind.
Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum
The 400-year history of shipwreck salvaging in the Florida Keys is shown using actors, movies, and real relics.
Key West Aquarium
One of the island's most well-liked attractions for visitors of all ages is the Key West Aquarium. Home to a variety of marine species, including sharks and jellyfish.
Duval Street in Key West is home to a bustling assortment of dive bars, old haunts, hip stores, galleries, and outdoor activities.