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Ranked #1 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Aquariums
Water program with dolphins and Sea Lions for children seven and older.
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Ranked #2 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: National Parks
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Ranked #3 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas

The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory  is a unique experience.  In the Conservatory there are 100's of butterflies of many types,  a variety of exotic, beautiful birds... more »

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Tropic Cinema (Key West)
Ranked #4 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Movie Theaters
Owner description: Tropic Cinema, South Florida's only nonprofit multiplex, screens Indie and foreign films, Hollywood blockbusters and... more » Owner description: Tropic Cinema, South Florida's only nonprofit multiplex, screens Indie and foreign films, Hollywood blockbusters and documentaries every day. Florida Monthly magazine, polling its 800,000 readers, has named the Tropic "Best Florida Cinema" for 4 consecutive years. « less
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Ranked #5 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #6 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Vandenberg Wreck (Key West)
Ranked #7 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Reefs
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Ranked #8 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Aquariums; Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks
Owner description: Dolphin Research Center is a nonprofit education and research facility. Home to a family of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and... more » Owner description: Dolphin Research Center is a nonprofit education and research facility. Home to a family of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions, we offer fun-filled narrated behavior sessions and educational presentations every half an hour. During your visit you can watch and learn all about these amazing animals including dolphin maternity, social groupings, physiology, natural abilities and more. You'll see how we care for them, how we're working with them in cognition and behavioral research and more. DRC also offers a variety of interactive programs including the Dolphin Encounter swim program, Trainer for a Day, Researcher for a Day and Paint with a Dolphin. We are actively involved in programs for people with Special Needs, as well as veterans from the Wounded Warrior Project, Military families, and others.Most of our dolphins were born here. Others have come to us for a variety of reasons -- including those who were injured and rescued as youngsters and later deemed non-releasable by the government. We are deeply committed to providing all of them with a safe, healthy, happy home for life. The well-being of the dolphins and sea lions is our top priority. Your visit and participation in programs supports the care of our marine mammal family, the maintenance of their natural sea water home, and the rest of our mission to educate others about these animals and the importance of conservation.Thank you for your interest in Dolphin Research Center! « less
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Ranked #9 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: History Museums
A museum dedicated to the history of fire fighting in the Florida Keys
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Ranked #10 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Performances
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Ranked #11 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #12 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Military Museums
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Spiegel Grove (Key Largo)
Ranked #13 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Ships; Reefs

When the ship was originally sunk, it landed on its side.  Hurricane Dennis uprighted it!!  It's a dive for advanced or technical divers only. Here's a couple of sites that... more »

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Ranked #14 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Looe Key reef has been federally protected since 1981, first as a national marine sanctuary and now as an Existing Management... more » Owner description: Looe Key reef has been federally protected since 1981, first as a national marine sanctuary and now as an Existing Management Area* within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. This area includes a Sanctuary Preservation Area* (SPA) that is a popular snorkelling and dive destination for new and experienced divers alike. A diversity of fish congregate here – parrots and surgeonfish on the north side; barracudas and jacks on top of the reef; grunts, butterflyfish, and angelfish on the reef crest. It is located approximately 5.5 nautical miles south of Ramrod Key and about eight nautical miles southwest of Bahia Honda State Park. *Special use regulations apply here. « less
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Ranked #15 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Museums
Owner description: As Florida’s only presidential museum, the Harry S. Truman Little White House was the winter White House for this country's... more » Owner description: As Florida’s only presidential museum, the Harry S. Truman Little White House was the winter White House for this country's 33rd president. Truman spent 175 days during 13 vacations in the home that is filled with original furnishing and memorabilia from Truman’s days. Presidents Taft, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Carter and Clinton also used the house. Guided tours offer guests a window into the world President Truman and life of a US president. « less
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Seven Mile Bridge (Marathon)
Ranked #16 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Bridges

 Tarpon, Sea Turtles (many) one Manatee, beautiful palms full of coconuts, huge fish and lots of boaters were experienced at sunsets each night.  There you can walk on the old... more »

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USCG Duane (Key Largo)
Ranked #17 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Ships
Owner description: The 329-foot Coast Guard cutter Duane was sunk in 1987 to create an "artificial reef," which was specially prepared for... more » Owner description: The 329-foot Coast Guard cutter Duane was sunk in 1987 to create an "artificial reef," which was specially prepared for advanced divers with clear, open hatchways and open rooms to explore. « less
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Ranked #18 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Theaters
Owner description: Named "The Best Professional Theater in Florida" (Florida Monthly Magazine), The Waterfront Playhouse is a not-for-profit,... more » Owner description: Named "The Best Professional Theater in Florida" (Florida Monthly Magazine), The Waterfront Playhouse is a not-for-profit, professional theater located on historic Mallory Square in Old Town Key West that attracts locals and tourists alike with a wide range of comedies, dramas, musicals, concerts, and world premieres. Recent hit productions at the Playhouse include "The Drowsy Chaperone," "The 39 Steps," "August: Osage County," Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Glengarry Glen Ross," "Lend Me a Tenor," "Doubt," "Twelve Angry Men," "The Full Monty," "Reefer Madness," "Urinetown," "Equus" and the world premiere of Hy Conrad's "Home Exchange." Join us for an exciting evening of theater in Paradise. When the sun sets, the curtain rises at The Waterfront Playhouse. « less
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Ranked #19 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #20 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #21 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
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Molasses Reef (Key Largo)
Ranked #22 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Two ships deliberately sunk in 1987 to provide artificial reefs for experienced divers.
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Dolphin Cove (Key Largo)
Ranked #23 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Aquariums; Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #24 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks
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Spray Watersports (Islamorada)
Ranked #25 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Located directly on the beach at The Postcard Inn.
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Ranked #26 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Museums
Owner description: Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote in this for ten years. During that time he wrote seventy percent of his life-time works.... more » Owner description: Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote in this for ten years. During that time he wrote seventy percent of his life-time works. Today we operate as a museum providing guided tours every fifteen minutes from nine to five. The Museum is available for weddings and corporate events. Visit this National Historic Landmark, Literary Landmark and recognized by the Library of Congress for it's importance in U.S. History. Grand Architecture, Lush Gardens, Educational Tours, Book Store/Gift Shop and the world famous Poly dactyl (six-toed cats). « less
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Sunset Pier (Key West)
Ranked #27 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
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Ranked #28 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Observation Decks/ Towers; Gardens
Tropical gardens set in an old fort
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Ranked #29 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
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Red Barn Theatre (Key West)
Ranked #30 of 171 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Theaters
Hosts live productions, including plays, cabaret and musicals.
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