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Florida Keys and Key West Tourist Attractions

Florida Keys and Key West tourist Attractions - all listed here. Historical, cultural and environmental tourist attractions- lots to see and do here in the Keys.

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 Upper Florida Keys Tourist Tourist Attractions

African Queen, Holiday Inn
MM 99.7 Oceanside, Key largo.....(305) 451-4655
Freebie close-up look at the original from the 1951 movie with Bogey & Hepburn - still runs, you can book a charter if desired
Dolphin Cove
MM 101.9, Key Largo.....(877) DOL-COVE
5 acre lagoon w/ variety of educational marine programs, hours vary
Dolphins Plus
31 Corrine Pl, Key Largo.....451-1993   (866) 860-7946
Education & research facility, swimming program
Keys Wild Bird Center
MM 93.6, Tavernier.....852-4486
See natural habitat and recovery efforts for sick or wounded local birds -non profit at no charge, but donations allowed
Marine Lab
51 Shoreland Dr, Key largo.....(800) 741-1139
Educational marine hands on education
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
MM 102.5, Key Largo.....451-1202
The 1st US undersea park with a wide variety of things to see and do off shore and on land
Theatre of the Sea
MM 84.5, Oceanside, Islamorada.....664-2431
17 Acre marine mammal facility w/ shows and tours - fee for admission and dolphin swim

 Middle Florida Keys - Marathon Tourist Attractions

Crane Point Museum & Nature Center
5550 O/S Hwy, Marathon.....743-9100
Dolphin Research Center
MM 59, Grassy Key.....289-1121
Educational narrated dolphin and sea lion sessions every half an hour.
Pigeon Key
1 Knight's Key, Marathon.....289-0025
Stop at the Visitors center N end of 7 mile bridge for a tram ride and tour of this national historic site of the early Overseas Railroad construction camp. Now home to a museum and a marine science education center for groups of up to 100 or more by day or week.
The Dolphin Connection
Hawk's Cay Resort, Duck Key, MM 61.....743-7000
Hand's on encounter with dolphins as educational assistants in this local research program.

 Lower Florida Keys and Key West Tourist Attractions

 Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
 205 Whitehead St.....(305) 294-2116
 Key West Art & History Museum
281 Front St, Key West.....(305) 295-6616
Bat Tower - MM17, Sugarloaf Key
A 1929 solution to the mosquito problem, the bats left for good immediately when introduced to the tower
Casa Antigua
314 Simonton St.....(305) 292-9955
East Martello Museum
3501 S Roosevelt, Key West.....(305) 296-3913
Ernest Hemingway Museum
907 Whitehead St.....(305) 294-1136
Florida Keys Eco Discovery Center
Enter the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center and take a journey into the world of the native plants and animals of the Keys, both on land and underwater.
The Center features over 6,000 square feet of interactive and dynamic exhibits including a mock-up of Aquarius, the world's only underwater ocean laboratory.
Fort Jefferson
Fly out or take a boat  to the Dry Tortugas National Park and visit the historic fort, picnic, swim or snorkel.
70 miles W of Key West
Harry S Truman Little White House Museum
111 Front Street.....(305) 294-9911
Key West Aquarium
1 Whitehead St.....(305) 296-2051
Key West Lighthouse Museum
938 Whitehead St.....(305) 294-0012
Key West Shipwreck Historium
1 Whitehead St.....(305) 292-8990
Mallory Square - Key West
Sunsets on the pier are a tradition - it's a cross between a 3 ring circus and scenic look-out
Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society & Museum
200 Greene St.....(305) 294-2633
Pirate Soul Museum
524 Front Street.....(305) 292-1113

Southernmost Point-Key West
If a painted buoy on land thrills you, this is the spot

Wrecker's Museum
322 Duval St.....(305) 294-9502



This page last edited: 07/13/2010