• Picnic at Fort Zachary Taylor

    Picnic at Fort Zachary Taylor

    For a day of sun, fun and history, pack a picnic and head over to Fort Zachary Taylor Park. Here, one of Key West’s most beautiful beaches awaits you as well as a Civil War Fortress complete with cannons. Nature trails offer a view to the island’s native birds and tropical plants.

  • Watch the Sunset at Mallory Square

    Watch the Sunset at Mallory Square

    If you do one thing while in Key West, see this one thing every night. There’s nothing as spectacular as a Key West sunset and Mallory Square is the place to witness it in all its glory. The world-famous sunset celebration kicks off late afternoon with ice cold margaritas, mojitos, homemade conch fritters, sword swallowers, flame jugglers, magicians, musicians and much more.

  • Drive through Truman Annex

    Drive through Truman Annex

    A scenic drive through this historic military installation and quaint neighborhood is even more fun in a Jeep. If you’ve got the top down and the windows open, enjoy the aroma of jasmine and other blooming tropical flowers in the air as you drive past the Harry S. Truman Little White House and the Naval Air Station.

  • Visit the Eco-Discovery Center

    Visit the Eco-Discovery Center

    Discover the uniqueness and beauty of the native plants and animals that live in the Florida Keys at the Eco-Discovery Center. You’ll enjoy many fascinating exhibits that showcase the ecosystems that exist in and around the Florida Keys. Be sure to check out Mote Marine Laboratory’s living reef exhibit, which includes a 2,500-gallon tank that’s home to thriving corals and colorful tropical fish. You’ll also see Aquarius, the world’s only underwater ocean laboratory.

  • Cruise Duval Street

    Cruise Duval Street

    The heartbeat of downtown Key West, Duval Street is where crowds of locals and visitors flock to eat, drink, see and be seen. Take your time as your cruise down this world famous street, past legendary pubs like Sloppy Joe’s, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville and Captain Tony’s, among others.

  • Visit South Beach

    Visit South Beach

    Just at the end of bustling Duval Street, this tiny sandy oasis is an ideal spot for soaking up the rays or wading in the warm, shallow waters of the Atlantic. It’s a favorite among locals and a popular stop for visitors as well.

  • Visit White Street Pier at Higg’s Beach

    Visit White Street Pier at Higg’s Beach

    Take a walk on the White Street Pier at Higg’s Beach and enjoy the picturesque views of the glistening water. Relax on a bench, bring a fishing pole and check out the AIDS Memorial. Kick back and watch jet skiers and windsurfers.

  • Visit Smathers Beach

    Visit Smathers Beach

    This man made beach is a fantastic spot to enjoy some fun in the sun. Volleyball nets, jet ski, parasail and windsurfing rentals are available. Grab a snack at the concession stand or bring a bike and explore the trails. Smathers Beach is located on South Roosevelt Boulevard.

  • Visit the Southernmost Point

    Visit the Southernmost Point

    You can’t visit Key West and miss out on the ideal photo op—a picture of you and your Key West Jeep in front of the Southernmost Point in the USA. After sundown, the headlights of the Jeep make the picture even more epic.

  • Visit the Coast Guard Museum

    Visit the Coast Guard Museum

    A lasting tribute to those killed in action during World War II and Vietnam, the USCG Ingham is the most decorated vessel in the U.S. Coast Guard and today, a floating museum. Take a self-guided tour and learn the fascinating history of this amazing ship, including how it took out a German U-boat during WWII.

  • Visit the Key West Lighthouse

    Visit the Key West Lighthouse

    Park your Jeep and walk up the 88 steps to the top of this historic lighthouse. Built in 1848, this Key West icon lit the way for military and commercial ships entering the waters off the Florida Keys. Check out the lighthouse keeper’s quarters, see authentic photos and journey back in time as you discover the history of the Key West Lighthouse.

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