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     "Key West, FL"
     Key West, Florida

    Well-known for it's faboulous sunsets, a warm tropical paradise, and famous writers, Key West is the southernmost city in the United States and Florida's second oldest city. Cayo Huesto meaning "Bone Island," is Spanish for Key West. Visiting the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, and taking the Writers' Walk you can see all the famous writers' residences. Exploring the Fort Zachary Taylor State Historic Site, built in 1866 offers tours of the site and the largest collection of Civil War cannons in America. A real treat to see is Key West's sunsets and entertainment at Mallory Square Dock in Old Town every one hour before sunset. IN order to reach this area or the Lower Keys to see Key West you have to travel along the Seven Mile Bridge, a segmented bridge that could be the world's longest. Other things to do are trips by Fireball glass-bottom sightseeing boats, a Key West Seaplane, the Old Town Trolley, and the Conch Tour Train. West Martello Fort and Gardens along with the East Martello Fort are a home for the Key West Art and Historical Society which presents artifacts and exhibits of Key West. Visit Curry Mansion, Tortle Kraals, a marine turtle exhibit, Mallory Market containing numerous shops, Key West Aquarium, the Lighthouse Museum, Berenson's Key West Greyhound Track, the Cuban Heritage Trail, and the Audubon House and Gardens. Without seeing any of these places, just sit back and relax and do normal things like sports and recreation, music and dining, fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving.

     A Wild Dolphin Adventure
     1801 N.Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 296-3737 or (866) 296-3737
     A Wild Dolphin Adventure - Key West, FL, florida, USA, dolphin swimming, dolphin picture, bottlenose dolphin, picture of dolphin, swim with dolphin, swimming with dolphin, swim with the dolphin, wild about dolphins, dolphin watch, wildquest, eco tours, ecotour, eco-tour.

     Audubon House and Tropical Gardens
     205 Whitehead Street
     Key West, Florida
     (877) 281-2473
     Weddings, tours, Audubon prints, Tropical gardens at Key West Audubon House - About the Audubon Tropical Gardens located in sunny Key West Florida Museums and Historical, Key West Weddings marriage ceremony.

     Conch Tour Trains
     Mallory Square and 3850 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-5161
    See the best of Key West on the tour that's been entertaining visitors to the Island City since 1958. The Conch Tour Train is one of Florida's most popular attractions, and for good reason. Our expert 'engineers' and friendly staff have delighted over ten million guests with the legends and lore of this charming tropical paradise. ALL ABOARD and welcome to 400 years of history, family fun and excitement.

     Curry Mansion
     511 Caroline Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-5349 or (800) 253-3466
     This 1899 Victorian-style mansion was a gift for the son of William Curry and contains furnishings of its period.

     Deja Vu Custom Charters
     815 Catherine St.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-9560
     The center offers fishing charters.

     Donkey Milk House Museum
     613 Eaton St.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 296-1866
     This 1860s museum has furnishings of its period and got its name form when donkeys used to pull milk delivery carts.

     East Martello Gallery and Museum
     3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 296-3913
     The museum contains some Key West memorabilia about its trade and some works of art by Stanley Papio.

     Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
     907 Whiteheat Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-1136
     The 1851 Spanish mansion was purchased by Hemingway and "For Whom the Bell Tolls" was written here.

     Fort Zachery Taylor
     P.O. Box 58
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 292-6850
     The fort was built form 1845 to 1866 and was part of Florida's defense system at one time.

     Fury Catamarans
     P.O. Box 5436
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-8899 or (800) 994-8898
     Key West Fury Catamarans, Sail - Snorkel Sunsets - Weddings Ecotours and more! - Key West Florida.

     Ghosts Tours of Key West
     P.O. Box 4766
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-9255
     Great new illustrated book from the leading authority on the haunted happenings on the island of bones. Also nightly Ghost Tours of the locations in the book. Book tells the story of the 13 most infamous non-living residents of Key West. The macabre side of the Southernmost Point revealed.

     Harry S. Truman Little White House
     111 Front Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-9911
    The Harry S Truman Little White House is the home that President Truman spent 175 days during his presidency. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the only presidential home in Florida.

     Island City Flying Service Air Tours
     3471 Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 296-5422
     The tours offer senic views of Key West.

     Key West Aquarium
     1 Whitehead St.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 296-2051
    Come see the wonders of the sea at Key West's first attraction, The Key West Aquarium. Let our friendly staff bring our native waters to life with narrated tours and live shark feedings and pettings. Perhaps one of the most unique aquariums in the world, the Key West Aquarium.

     Key West Chamber of Commerce
     402 Wall Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-2587
    Key West and Key West area visitor and relocation information, jobs, lodging, event-activity calendar, shopping-business directory. Chamber of Commerce, Convention Visitors Bureau, Economic Development Council gateway.

     Key West Garden Center
     Atlantic Blvd. and White St.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-3210
     The center presents tropical plants among the ruins of the west tower.

     Key West Lighthouse Museum
     938 Whitehead St.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-0012
     The museum shows the Florida lighthouse history by historical exhibits.

     Key West Shipwreck HISTOREUM® Museum
     1 Whitehead Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 292-8990
     Step back into time as you discover Key West's unique maritime heritage and how it became the richest city at the Key West Shipwreck HISTOREUM Museum. Visitors will learn about the wrecking industry in the Florida Keys through actors, films, laser technology and actual artifacts from the recently rediscovered wrecked vessel Issac Allerton.

     Martello Towers
     S. Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     This 1858 tower was used to protect the defenses east of Fort Zachary Taylor.

     Mel Fisher Maritime Museum
     200 Greene Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-2633
     Mel Fisher Maritime Museum in Key West, Florida is a museum that showcases gold, silver and treasure recovered from shipwrecks in the new World. View treasures from the Atocha, Santa Margarita, St. John' Wreck and the Henrietta Marie.

     Old Town Trolley Tours
     1910 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 296-6688 or (800) 868-7482
    Old Town Trolley Tours offers sightseeing tours in Boston, Washington D.C., Key West, Savannah, and San Diego. Tours include fully narrated tour and unlimited reboarding at any of our convenient stops.

     Ripley's Believe It or Not!® Key West Museum
     527 Duval Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 293-9686
     The center shows humorous and bizarre exhibits from around the world.

     Schooner Liberty
     245 Front Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 292-0332
    Authentic schooners providing daily sails, special events, and available for charters. Sailing from Boston's Long Wharf and Key West's Hilton Resort & Marina.

     Schooner Western Union
     202 William Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 292-9830
     Schooner Western Union is the last wooden sailing vessel built in Key West and the Flagship of the City of Key West. The schooner Western Union provides daily and sunset cruises as well as private charters.

     Seaplanes of Key West
     3471 S. Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-0709
     Seaplanes of Key West present sight seeing, bird watching, snorkeling, and more.

     Sebago Watersports
     328 Simonton Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 292-4768 or (800) 507-9955
     Let Sebago Watersports, Inc. help you plan your vacation in Key West.  Activities include snorkeling, parasailing, diving, catamarans, eco tours, glorious sunsets, island weddings and more...

     SouthPoint Divers
     714 Duval Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 292-9778 or (800) 891-DIVE
     Diving and Scuba Diving Excursions and Dive Certification from the leading dive shop in Key West,FL. Southpoing Divers. Get PADI certified in 2 days!

     Stars & Stripes-Key West
     Caroline and Margaret Sts.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-7877
     The center offers trips, 6-hours of snorkeling and beachcombing, and a 2-hour cruise.

     Subtropic Scuba and Snorkel Center
     1605 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
     Key West, Florida
     (800) 853-3483 or (305) 296-9914
     Scuba center in Key West, Florida, Dive trips, scuba classes, snorkeling, nitrox, spearfishing, lobster dive, equipment for sale or rent, air fill.

     Sunny Days Catamarans
     1326 10th Street
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 292-6100 or (800) 236-7937
     Sunny Days Catamarans Key West, Florida Trips to Dry Tortugas National Park, Fort Jefferson, Snorkeling, sandy beaches, camping, tour the Fort, Sunset sails.

     Wreckers' Museum/Oldest House
     322 Duval St.
     Key West, Florida
     (305) 294-9501
     This 1829 house is said to be the oldest house in south Florida and contains artifacts about shipwrecks around Key West's area.

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