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Things to do in Florida Keys

  • House Key

    Almost every item in this ocean-themed shop is covered in seashells. There are handmade sand dollar– and starfish-rimmed mirrors and frames, along ... More
  • Hurricane Grille Bar

    Grab a beer and discuss the day’s haul at this rough-and-ready bar. More
  • Indian Key

    Get a glimpse at the ruins of an early European settlement and some secluded waterfront sands. More
  • Island Style

    Pick up cartoonlike sculptures (fish in red high heels, anyone?) and bright beachscape-painted tables and chairs at this boutique filled with handm... More
  • Jim Sharpe

    @page { margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } Captain Jim Sharp takes groups of up to six anglers on saltwater fishing expeditions in ... More
  • John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

    Snorkel in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park—which includes part of North America's largest living reef. More
  • Kermit's Key West Key Lime Shoppe

    The famed shop produces a frozen version, dipped in chocolate and eaten from a stick, lolly-style. More
  • Key West Heritage House Museum

    The museum dates to 1834. Since the 1930’s, the property has been owned by the Porter family, one of the founding clans of Key West: Robert Frost w... More
  • Key West Island Books

    This two-room bookstore feels and smells like an attic, but the collection of mostly used books is worth a visit. Peruse the teetering stacks for C... More
  • Key West Museum of Art & History at the Custom House

    The circa-1891 Key West Museum of Art & History at the Custom House features a dripping-with-malice portrait of Truman Capote, waving a 1976 Americ... More
  • La Te Da

    This recently renovated hotel restaurant hosts its very own cabaret; men in drag do nightly impersonations of celebrities like Madonna and Cher at ... More
  • Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park

    Resting within the central Floriday Keys, Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park is home to one of the Key's last tropical hardwood hammock forests. ... More
  • Marathon Tourist Office

    Check exact tournament dates with the tourist office, or if you want to fish year-round, they'll help you rent a charter. More
  • Mel Fisher Maritime Museum

    The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum celebrates its namesake's 1985 discovery of the hull of a 1622 Spanish Galleon named Atocha, uncovered about a one-h... More
  • Morningstar Charters

    2008 is the “International Year of the Reef,” so escape the heat while you pay homage to wonderful works of nature by snorkeling, scuba diving, or ... More

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