The Oldest House is open 10am-4pm daily except Sunday & Wednesday, the store is open every day. Admission is $10-adults, $9-seniors, children under 12 are free. See original furnishings, period pieces & allow docents to share the history of the house.
Take a trip back in time to Key West's golden age! Tour the elegant mid-19th century home of Capt. John Geiger, a wealthy maritime pilot and wrecker. Wander lush tropical gardens that evoke J.J. Audubon's paintings of the birds of the Florida Keys.
Dedicated to providing the most perfect hospitality & water experience one could find in Key West, Classic Harbor Line hopes for the privilege of escorting you on a breathtaking excursion aboard the most elegant Schooner in the local fleet.
#1 Rated Key West Day Trip. Visit a historic eco-treasure aboard The Dry Tortugas National Park Ferry. Enjoy snorkeling, bird watching, pristine beaches, and tours of Fort Jefferson. Limited availability, reserve your trip today!
Martin Hellings House, constructed c.1892 by Captain Martin Hellings, is one of few unique historic houses in Key West not built of wood. It is a Florida Heritage Site and home of the Key West Woman’s Club. Open Monday through Friday 10am-4pm.
One of the island's last free tourist attractions. The Gardens are maintained by volunteers. We provide educational opportunities relating to tropical gardening & to Fort West Martello Tower, a Nat'l Historic site where we are located.
Key West Historic Seaport, your gateway for everything to do in Key West! Explore all Key West has to offer and more! Dive into an unforgettable experience and explore extraordinary shops, unique eateries and events year round.
The Original Pub Crawl ~ The ultimate Key West tradition! 5 Cocktails, T-shirt, Contests & Guided Tour. Crawl along as we delve into the more spirited pubs of Old Town on our Haunted Crawl or Sail away on a Tiki Bar Boat for Eco Tours, Sandbars & Sunsets!
Seaplane Tours to Dry Tortugas & Fort Jefferson. Morning,Afternoon,All-day & charter flights available. Spot sharks,rays,porpoise and huge sea turtles. See submerged ships in clear waters. Snorkel the reefs to see colorful tropical fish and living coral.
From this point at the corner of South and Whitehead Streets, there are a mere 90 miles to Cuba. Erected in 1983 by the City of Key West, the Southernmost Point buoy is a landmark and a must-see for any traveler to Key West.
Voted #1 Attraction in Key West by People's Choice Awards. Walk through a tropical paradise with hundreds of butterflies and exotic colorful birds from around the world. Let nature surround you as you enjoy a spectacular experience you don't want to miss.