The smallest post office in the United States is no bigger than a broom closet.
Inside, visitors can buy cups and other souvenirs featuring the mile marker sign.
Home to a giant switchblade and one of the world's largest collections of pocket knives, this museum is a cut above the rest.
Recycled junk and fishing buoys litter the yard and facade of this bait shop cum art project.
Many of the murals covering this sleepy Florida town hide some sort of intentional error.
For divers and music lovers, the Florida Keys' Underwater Music Festival provides the best of both worlds.
IN THE GARDENS OF HEMINGWAY’S beautiful home in Key West lies his glistening, cerulean swimming pool.
This spooky road cut through a mound of ancient coral might be haunted by a witch.
WE HEAR THE TERM “THIRD world” tossed around with a much greater frequency than the other “worlds.”
This 140-year-old beacon off the Florida Keys marks the wreck of a Navy ship that once roamed the Caribbean hunting pirates.
The first custom-designed building to showcase the works of Dale Chihuly is a wonderland of glass and light.
Possibly the most remarkable feature of the huge airplane collection is that most of the craft are still operational.
A graveyard of bathyspheres and diving bells paints a weirdly accurate account of ocean exploration's rickety history.
WHEN YOU WALK UP TO this newly-opened space, a large neon sign welcomes you to the Mermaid Star Motel.
This legendary "evil" doll has been haunting the citizens of Key West for over 100 years.