600 White Street
Our mission is to support local creative people, celebrate the island’s unique heritage and sense of place, and foster new collaboration and artistic production.
Phone: 305-294-3100 * Fax: 305-293-9515
PO Box 430
Reef Relief is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to improve and protect our coral reef ecosystem. Visit the Reef Relief Environmental Center at 631 Greene St Mon – Fri 10am – 4pm.
Phone: 305-294-2943 * Fax: 305-294-7740
@ Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center
Producers of the popular, local version of “Nutcracker Key West” ballet every other year at the Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center.
Phone: 305-294-9255 * Fax: 305-294-5175
430 Duval Street
Tours depart nightly from the Crowne Plaza La Concha Hotel at 430 Duval Street. Lantern led evening stroll down historic Old Town’s shadowy lanes and discover the ghosts, ghouls and legends of our haunted Island paradise.
5210 College Rd
Outdoor living museum with rental facilities for events, ceremonies, and parties.The only “frost-free” botanical garden in the continental United States.
Phone: 305-296-2988 * Fax: 305-296-2901
1316 Duval Street
Take a stroll through a tropical paradise…walk through an exotic and inviting environment filled with hundreds of the most beautiful winged creatures in nature – butterflies.
Phone: 305-295-6616 x 106
281 Front Street
Enjoy our colorful Art & History: Fort East Martello, 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters, 938 Whitehead St., Custom House Museum of Art & History, 281 Front St.
Phone: 305-294-9911 * Fax: 305-294-9988
111 Front Street
Florida’s only presidential museum, the Harry S. Truman Little White House has hosted presidents, prime ministers and kings. As President of the United States, Truman spent 11 of his working vacations at the house. Open daily from 9 am to 4:30 pm.
Sanctuary Friends Foundation of the Florida Keys (SFFFK) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created to provide and sponsor education, training and research programs for the education of the public to understand how unique the coral reefs adjacent to the Florida Keys are and the importance from an ecological and economic point of view that they be protected.
End of Southard ST at the Truman Waterfront
Experience the plants and animals of the Keys, both on land and underwater, many of which are found nowhere else in the United States. Open Tuesday – Saturday 9-4. Free Admission.
Phone: 305-294-5161 * Fax: 305-292-8993
301 Front Street
Entertaining visitors to Key West since 1958. Over 100 points of interest on our fully narrated 90 minute tour covering historic Old Town. 100% Money Back Guarantee.
Phone: 305-294-0644 * Fax: N/A
330 Elizabeth St., Key West
offers luxury trolley tours of Old Town Key West. We avoid the Hotel District and concentrate on the history of this island paradise. Also available for private charters and shuttle service.
201 William Street
Voted # 1 All Gay Watersports Activity in Key West. Sailing, Snorkeling, Kayaking & Sunset Adventures. This is a men only trip, except for the Sunset cruise which is Gay and Lesbian.
Garrison Bight Marina
We offer the finest in personalized, eco-friendly charters. Snorkel trips to the reef, dolphin watching in the Gulf, or back country and exploration.
Enjoy a FABULOUS tour of Key West…with a twist. A gay twist that is! Get a unique tour of Key West and learn about our colorful history that includes the famous and the infamous. Every Saturday at 4pm. Tickets can be purchased at Alexander’s Guesthouse front desk or at the Key West Business Guild located at 5113 Truman Ave. For more information http://www.gaykeywestfl.com/featureevent.cfm?id=16
Phone: (305) 295-2620
410 Wall Street @ Mallory Square
Have some Tostones with Picadillo on top, a Mojito and swing to some great Cuban Salsa! Live Salsa Music and Delicious Mojitos at their outdoor bar from 6:30-8:30 daily for the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square.