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KEY WEST ATTRACTIONS
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Miami to Key West Tours
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Jet Ski Rental - Key West
- Glass Bottom Boat Tours (Most Popular)
The beauty of Key West and the wonderful time spent at this majestic haven makes all tourists pine for more time at this mellifluous island city. There is so much to do and so much to enjoy, that one trip just never suffices! Hence, a lot of visitors to the island take the trip from Miami to Key West whenever they get the opportunity.
A few Key West attractions are mentioned below:
The old town: Most of the tourists who make use of various modes of transportation from Miami to Key West,often rent a bicycle to discover the architecture and history of old town Key West. Many walking tours are also available, including a trip to the peculiar Key West Cemetery. Residents and travelers also participate in the daily revelry that is the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square. Customers can attain a unique view of Key West via boat tours and other water excursions.
The Duval Street: It is a shopper’s paradise that also features several restaurants, bars, and other entertainment choices that are within walking distance from each other. A visit to this place ratifies the effort and money put in towards the travel from Miami to Key West.
The Studios of Key West: It is located at the historic armory building of Key West. The studio was established in 2006 and acts as a new representation of the artistic community. Visitors to the studio can check out the exhibition hall, the dozen working studio areas, the numerous neighboring cottages and residences, and an amazing sculpture garden. The programming at the studio undergoes continuous growth and includes free lectures on the humanities, an exhaustive set of creative workshops, innovative ideas for audiences and artists, and cultural partnerships.
Key West Contemporary Dance Company: It is a 501c3 nonprofit establishment that consists of visiting and resident professional dancers. Many people take the Miami to Key West bus to check out the unique dance performances put up by this organization. The performances take place at different venues across the island of Key West. Patrons may go to the Coffee Mill Dance Studio located in old town Key West to check out their rehearsals.
The Key West Botanical Forest and Garden: It is a magnificent frost-free arboretum and botanical park that comprises of several kinds of champion tree samples.It is a magnificent frost-free arboretum and botanical park that comprises of several kinds of champion tree samples.
The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum: It is one of a kind museum. Visitors to the place can check out the displayed silver, gold, and other treasures that have been reclaimed from shipwrecks across the globe.
Nancy Forrester's Secret Garden: It is another distinctive Key West attraction that is spread across one acre of land. The garden resembles a flourishing, primarily green rainforest. It is a spectacular exhibit of the artistry of nature in a small woodland garden.
The Fantasy Fest: It was founded by the Key West Tourist Development Association, Inc. in 1979 to allure tourists during the conventionally slow season of Halloween. This time of the year signals the end of the hurricane season in Key West. The festival has become an enormous success and regularly draws in crowds of about 80,000 revelers each year.
Coming soon, Everglades boats tours!