Key West

Cayo Hueso. The End of the Road. Margaritaville. Fantasy Island. The Conch Republic. All of Key West’s many names evoke images of swaying palm trees, ice-cold beverages, and a laid-back island lifestyle. Famous as a fishing town, a funky village, a pirate hideaway, and an artist retreat, Key West is a warmhearted place where all are welcome. There’s something for everyone here: a colorful history, a vibrant arts community, legendary watering holes, the only living coral barrier reef in North America, and a captivating kaleidoscope of wildlife—on land, at sea, and especially on Duval Street.

Key West

Getting Ashore

Most cruise ships dock at Pier B in the Port of Key West, located in the heart of Old Town, or at Navy Pier, just outside of town.

Fast Fact

Key West is the southernmost point in the continental United States. An anchored concrete buoy marks the spot.

Port Shopping

Guaranteed stores sell island gifts and souvenirs, marine artifacts, apparel, fine jewelry and watches.

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Mallory Square

The hub of Key West is home to shops, museums, live entertainment, and the iconic sunset celebration held nightly.

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Southernmost Point

Possibly Key West’s most photographed landmark, the striped buoy is actually closer to Cuba than to the US mainland.

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The Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory

A top attraction to stroll among hundreds of butterflies, and peruse art and nature novelties.

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Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum

See where the American author lived and worked during the 10 years he called Key West his home.

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Key West, port
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Key West Port Shopping

Cruise ships dock at Pier B in the Port of Key West, located in the heart of Old Town, or at Navy Pier, just outside town. Both piers are within a short distance of the top attractions. The ...
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Things to do in Key West
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A Taste of The Keys

Cayo Hueso. The End of the Road. Margaritaville. Fantasy Island. The Conch Republic. All of Key West’s many names evoke images of swaying palm trees...

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Smathers Beach in Key West

Key West Beaches & Shores

The beaches on Key West can be somewhat rocky. The only living coral barrier reef in North America protects the coast from the pounding waves of the o...

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Custom House, Key West

Old Town Key West

Just a block from Mallory Square is the redbrick terra-cotta Custom House, which houses the Key West Museum of Art & History. The landmark buildi...

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All aboard! Discover Key West’s fascinating history, tall tales, and key landmarks on an open-air train that loops through Old Town. A local expert provides the entertaining, informative commentary.

See colorful fish and other aquatic creatures in the amazing underwater world of a coral reef. Cruise out to the snorkel site via a state-of-the-art catamaran on which you can relax with a drink on the return.


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Where
Front Street, Mallory Square, and Duval Street.

What
An eclectic mix of marine artifacts, souvenirs, fine jewelry, and brand-name watches.

Currency
US dollars.




Brands in Key West

Bulova

Bulova

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Diamonds International

Crown of Light

Crown of Light

Forevermark

Forevermark

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Diamonds International

Gift Collection

Gift Collection

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John Hardy

John Hardy

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Little Switzerland

Kabana

Kabana

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Diamonds International

Korite Ammolite

Korite Ammolite

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Diamonds International

Le Vian

Le Vian

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Conch Jewelers

MarahLago Larimar

MarahLago Larimar

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Diamonds International

Philip Stein

Philip Stein

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Raymond Weil

Raymond Weil

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Diamonds International

Roberto Coin

Roberto Coin

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Little Switzerland

Safi Kilima Tanzanite

Safi Kilima Tanzanite

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Diamonds International

Tag Heuer

Tag Heuer

Did You Know?

The iconic sunset celebration, which begins 2 hours before sunset in Mallory Square, has been taking place since the 1960s.