Key West Attractions

Our island may be small but there are countless things to do and see on and off the island of Key West.

Sunset Celebration

Sunset Celebration

Join tourists from around the world at our nightly Sunset Celebration! Vendors and various street performers entertain both tourist and locals alike. See the famous Cat Man and other tremendous balancing acts, sword swollowing, fire juggling professionals. Fun and kid friendly!
Location: Mallory Square
Southernmost Point

Southernmost Point

Visit the Southernmost Point in the Continental U.S.A. right here at the corner of South and Whitehead Streets. This painted buoy is one of the most photographed icons of Key West and is the point closest to Cuba - a mere 90 miles away.
Location: Corner of South & Whitehead Streets
Hemingway Home

Hemingway Home

Ernest Hemingway spent a few short years in Key West. He spent time here fishing, writing and drinking. His home is on Whitehead Street near the corner of Truman and Whitehead. The grounds and home are beautiful and there are tours daily of the home, writing room and grounds where Hemingway's famous 6 toed cats live.
Location: 907 Whitehead St.
Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson

Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson

Just 70 miles west of Key West is Fort Jefferson and one of America's most remote national parks, the Dry Tortugas National Park. Visit the island and tour the fort plus spend some time snorkeling the moat around the fort and view the beautiful tropical fish. The Dry Tortugas is a birding sanctuary too!
Location: Dry Tortugas National Park