Attractions & Tours

Learn about Key West's museums, attractions, watersports, and points of interest.

With so much history, beauty, and revelry, it’s no wonder that Key West is at the top of many traveler’s lists.

There really is something for everyone in Key West – regardless of your interest. For a majority of visitors, the water is the biggest draw. For others, it’s the incredible history and architecture of the island. And many just want to be where Hemingway was inspiried.

So when you are not on the beach, or enjoying the many, many bars, here are the many fun things to check out and do:

Watersports & Boat Tours

SNUBA

SNUBA

Snorkeling, but you can breath underwater thanks to scuba air tanks floating on the surface.
SCUBA Diving

SCUBA Diving

With some of the world's best warm-water wreck and reef diving, Key West is a great place to dive.
Party Boat Fishing

Party Boat Fishing

Fish with a large group for snapper, grouper, and other pan fish. Stable boat provides inexpensive fishing trip.
Flats Fishing

Flats Fishing

Stalk bonefish, tarpon, and permit in the shallow, calm water of Key West's backcountry.
Kayak Tours

Kayak Tours

Easy and rewarding kayaking trips that explore offshore mangrove islands and seagrass habitat.

Attractions

City View Trolley

City View Trolley

City tour aboard motorized street trolleys visits historic sites throughout the Old Town neighborhood.
Old Town Trolley

Old Town Trolley

City tour which permits passengers to disembark at ten locations throughout the historic quarter.
Conch Tour Train

Conch Tour Train

City tour that lazily winds its way throughout the historic quarter while pointing out Key West sites.
Shipwreck Museum

Shipwreck Museum

Learn about the wrecking industry during the 19th century, where captains raced to salvage ships run aground on the reef.
Hemingway House

Hemingway House

Where the writer worked on For Whom the Bell Toll, To Have and Have Not, and other famous works.

Museums

Custom’s House

Custom’s House

One of Key West's most impressive structures, the Custom House was where wrecking cases were adjudicated by a Federal magistrate.
Shipwreck Museum

Shipwreck Museum

Learn about the wrecking industry during the 19th century, where captains raced to salvage ships run aground on the reef.
Hemingway House

Hemingway House

Where the writer worked on For Whom the Bell Toll, To Have and Have Not, and other famous works.
East Martello

East Martello

Early strategic fort and home to an interesting museum filled with early island artifacts.

Other Points of Interest

Mallory Square

Mallory Square

Home to the Sunset Celebration, where street performers & artisans set up nightly in view of Key West's famous sunset.