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This part of Florida Keys is called home by about 25,000 locals.
The state capital, Tallahassee, lies 690 kilometres north of this destination, while Cudjoe Key is situated 40 kilometres east.
Audubon House and Tropical Gardens and Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum are some of the most well-known sights here.
Searching for a few family-friendly activities? Delight the youngsters with a stop at MLK Community Pool & Community Center and Key West Wildlife Center. Sheriff’s Animal Farm is yet another fun-filled spot that everyone is sure to adore!
Our deep blue oceans are teeming with all sorts of amazing aquatic species. At Key West Aquarium, you have the chance to examine some of these strange, slippery creatures up close.
For a calming day out, head over to Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory or the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden. The twisting trails and beautifully landscaped garden beds are sure to please. Many tourists also like to stroll around the Key West Garden Club.
If the sun is out, find a rug, pack a picnic hamper and enjoy some rays at the Nancy Forrester's Secret Garden.
Craving a bit of time by the ocean? Enjoy the salty air on your face and let the water wash over your feet at Smathers Beach and South Beach. You might also like to take a quiet walk along Higgs Beach, another well-known strip of coastline.
Slip on some comfy shoes and gear up to go adventuring. There are lots of nature reserves around this area that are just waiting to be enjoyed. The fresh air and natural surroundings at Bahia Honda State Park and Beach and Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park are as energising as it gets. For a little bit more breathing space, head to Key West National Wildlife Refuge and Dry Tortugas National Park.
A significant area of marine conservation, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is filled with unique underwater creatures.
Intriguing displays await you at the Ripley's Believe It or Not and the Key West Shipwreck Museum. They're tranquil places to take five or escape a less-than-perfect day. Looking for more? Also pencil in visits to Heritage House Museum and Reworx.
From the design of different ships to the instruments and artefacts found onboard, the nautical displays at the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum and the Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum will catch the eye of anyone with an interest in Key West's seafaring history.
It can be both baffling and and thrilling to see just how vast and varied the formations and creations of the natural world are. See them all in one place at the Florida Keys Eco - Discovery Center.
With quite a few splendid art collections to wander around, you might need a little push in the right direction. We recommend grabbing a coffee and making your way to the Key West Art and Historical Society or the Key West Museum of Art and History. If you're hungry for more, continue onwards to Roy John-Karl Gallery and the City Zoo Gallery.
Consider yourself a history buff? Don't just read about the past in textbooks, discover it in real life at the Curry Mansion Museum. The Flagler Station Oversea Railway Historeum and the Key West Shipwreck Historeum Museum are two more attractions which aim to preserve and share the rich heritage of the area.
Visiting significant historical sights is a terrific way to gain a deeper understanding of bygone times. Sink your teeth into Key West's past at Key West Cemetery and Harry S. Truman Little White House. If time isn't a problem, Schooner America and Custom House Museum should also be on your itinerary.
Go for a walk along the border walls and get to know the tumultuous history of Fort East Martello Museum and Gallery, a complex that was instrumental in the defence of this area.
Are you seeking some deeper meaning on your escape? Embark on a pilgrimage to some of the city's leading religious sites, such as Saint Mary Star of the Sea and St. Paul's Episcopal Church. It's also a good idea to check for guided tours at The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Key West.
It is sometimes said that exploring new places leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller. You'll have more stories to tell if you go to some of Key West's less frequented sights, such as Robbie's, Key West Harbour and the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center.
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