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WLRN/Keys Partners Offer Ninth Annual Special Museums and Attractions Weekend

FLORIDA KEYS — WLRN, South Florida’s National Public Radio affiliate, and the Florida Keys & Key West tourism council have partnered to offer families free- or reduced-admission passes to a number of Florida Keys attractions and museums Friday through Sunday, Aug. 23-25.

The program provides a cultural pass for South Florida residents and visitors to discover the history of the Florida Keys by offering incentives to experience 20 participating museums and attractions.

To participate, log onto wlrn.org and register to print the Florida Keys and Key West Museum and Attractions Weekend pass. Participating entities include: 

Islamorada

History of Diving Museum  

Florida Keys History & Discovery Center  

Marathon

Dolphin Research Center

Pigeon Key Foundation  

Key West

Fort East Martello

Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters Museum

Custom House Museum

Tennessee Williams Museum

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium

Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden

Key West Aquarium 

Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum 

Harry S. Truman Little White House 

Key West Art Center 

Key West Garden Club at West Martello 

Mel Fisher Maritime Museum 

Florida Keys Eco Discovery Center 

The Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory

Sails to Rails Museum at Flagler Station

Audubon House & Tropical Garden

The Parade of Nations is a collection of 25 historic hard-hat dive helmets from around the world at the History of Diving Museum in Islamorada.

The Parade of Nations is a collection of 25 historic hard-hat dive helmets from around the world at the History of Diving Museum in Islamorada.

Explore Key West's newest museum, the Sails to Rails Museum at Flagler Station.

Explore Key West's newest museum, the Sails to Rails Museum at Flagler Station.

Pigeon Key, located off Marathon, is accessible by ferry boat for a fascinating tour of historic railroad history.

Pigeon Key, located off Marathon, is accessible by ferry boat for a fascinating tour of historic railroad history.

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