Key West Vacation Rental

Sugarloaf Key, Florida

Key West   Vacation Rental

Area Attractions

There is no shortage of things to do and see in the Keys.
Here is a short list of some of the major nearby attractions.

Mallory SquareMallory Square, Key West
The historic waterfront hub of Key West hosts a nightly sunset celebration. Also, sight-worthy are its shops, the historic sculpture garden, and shipwreck museum. For a day of shopping and eating or museum tours and sightseeing, it's all at Mallory Square. Don't leave before the sun dips below the horizon or you'll miss the nightly jamboree of jugglers, clowns, tightrope walkers, jewelry artisans and musicians.

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
Take an educational tour of the house where Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote his novel A Farewell to Arms. Many of the museum's 60-plus cats are said to be descendents of Hemingway's six-toed cat; accordingly, about half of the felines have extra toes. Learn about the legends and facts surrounding one of America's most prolific authors.

Truman Little White House Key West Home and History Museum
Discover the exciting history of President Harry S Truman in Key West, Florida. Tour his unique historic home and museum, the Little White House.

Dry TortugasDry Tortugas Trips
Visit Fort Jefferson and the Dry Tortugas, 70 miles west of Key West, FL. Trips are by seaplane and by boat. The Fort can be done as a self-tour and snorkel gear is provided to view the beautiful coral and sealife along the moat wall.

Sightseeing around Key West
Take a tour of our island by bicycle or on the famous Conch Tour Train. Each slice of history on the island is explained.

View Key West dolphins
in the wild or enjoy a day of Key West on a private charter to snorkel, swim or just relax.

Pirate Soul Museum‎
524 Front Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 292-1113‎

Key West Lighthouse MuseumKey West Lighthouse Museum‎
938 Whitehead Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 294-0012‎

Key West Heritage House and Robert Frost Cottage
Welcome to the Key West Heritage House, the former home of Jessie Porter, who bought the house in 1934, during the Great Depression, and eventually restored it.
410 Caroline Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 296-3573‎

Key West Museum-Art & History‎
281 Front Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 295-6616‎

Turtle Canery Museum‎
200 Margaret Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 294-0209‎

Audubon House & Tropical Gardens‎
205 Whitehead Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 294-2116‎

Oldest House & Garden Museum‎
322 Duval Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 294-9501‎

East Martello Museum‎
3501 South Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 296-3913‎

USS Mohawk‎
Truman Water Front, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 292-5072‎

Ripley's Believe It Or Not
‎108 Duval Street, Key West, FL‎ - (305) 293-9939‎

Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum - (305) 294-2633

Key West Airport
Key West Florida 305-296-5439

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