One of the most popular things to do in Key West is to attend the sunset celebration at Mallory Square.
Key West’s sunsets are certainly gorgeous and you should always find a way to see them each night of your trip.
The Key West First Legal Rum Distillery dates back to 1900 when it was Jack’s Saloon.
Key West’s main street is Duval Street and chances are you will be spending a lot of time here in downtown key West.
No visit to Key West would be complete without stopping by the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.
You don’t really think of Key West museums when planning your trip, but the museums here are quite unique.
It may be touristy, but one of the must-see Key West attractions is the Southernmost Point Bouy.
If a crowd at the sunset celebrations in Mallory Square isn’t your scene, take a quiet sunset cruise on a schooner.
It’s a beautiful day trip with snorkeling opportunities and cocktails as you sail to the remote island.
For something different, one of the best things to do in Key West is to book a tour with Honest Eco Tours.
200 bottlenose dolphins live in the warm waters off the Florida Keys, and seeing dolphins in Key West is a wonderful experience.
No trip to Key West would be complete without getting in the water. The clear turquoise waters are calling and with good reason.
I didn’t even know that Key West had such an abundant wildlife refuge.
Key West was made for watersports. Everything from jet skiing to kayaking, you must get out to enjoy some fun in the sun.
It was invented here and you’ll never have one that tastes so good as in Key West itself.