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Key West is seven square miles of eclectic experiences, authentic history, and a proudly carefree, come-as-you-are culture. Beyond the legendary tales of the Conch Republic—featuring rum runners, seafarers and iconic authors—you can immerse yourself in today’s vibrant, bohemian atmosphere. Venture to America’s Southernmost point for tropical sunshine, breathtaking sunsets, and unforgettable fun.

Get to Know Key West

Duval Street

Duval Street

Enjoy an all-day happy hour atmosphere along this scenic mile that spans from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. Explore souvenir shops, peruse art galleries, and admire beautifully preserved Bahamian and Spanish architectural gems.

Mallory Square

Mallory Square

Experience the vibrant magic of Key West’s iconic sunset celebration as talented street performers keep you entertained until the sun meets the horizon. Charming shops beckon with unique offerings, from souvenirs and rum to cigars and rich café con leche.

The Southernmost Point

The Southernmost Point

Visit this icon of the Conch Republic and don’t miss your chance to capture the quintessential Key West selfie. The brightly painted concrete buoy was added in 1983 to replace the oft-disappearing wooden signs, adding a touch of local lore to your visit.

Old Town

Old Town

Old Town is Key West at its most iconic. Lose yourself amid historic conch houses, Royal Poinciana trees, and the famous Hemingway Home with its six-toed feline residents. Indulge in a diverse range of dining options, from delectable seafood to authentic Cuban flavors.

Bahama Village

Bahama Village

Colorful Caribbean-style houses set the tone for the inviting atmosphere of this essential Key West neighborhood. Explore local boutiques for one-of-a-kind finds, savor diverse culinary delights in charming restaurants, and appreciate the distinctive architecture that gives this area its timeless appeal.

Historic Seaport

Key West Historic Seaport

Take a leisurely stroll along the sunny waterfront harborwalk and immerse yourself in a lively blend of history and modern charm. Key West’s captivating maritime past is showcased through beautiful schooners and savory seafood eateries. Perfect for those looking to enjoy an enticing mix of shopping and dining experiences.

Fort Zachary Taylor

Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park

History lovers won’t want to miss this magnificent park at the southern edge of Key West. A National Historic Monument, this welcoming greenspace is home to a Civil War-era fort with well-preserved cannons. Take a guided tour of the grounds or hike, bike, fish, and snorkel here. This is one of America’s most memorable park experiences.

Botanical Garden

Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden

Explore this frost-free botanical garden—the only one of its kind in the continental United States—showcasing stunning native plants in a 15.2-acre oasis. Since 1936, this urban escape has been a haven for nature lovers, inviting visitors to witness Key West’s lush beauty up close.

A colorful butterfly on a leaf

Key West Butterfly Sanctuary

Step into a spectacular indoor environment featuring living butterflies and many colorful birds. This family-friendly sanctuary is a tropical paradise of waterfalls and plant life, with a gift shop offering unique souvenirs.

Key West Wonders Await

Discover a year-round hotspot of whimsical delights, where an offbeat spirit of celebration thrives. Our inns put you in Key West’s best neighborhoods for getting out and making the most of your getaway.

Sunset Sail Key West
A young couple exploring Key West and looking at a flower
The Hemingway Home and Museum