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#1 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: National Parks
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#2 of 64 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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Spiegel Grove (Key Largo)
#3 of 64 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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Vandenberg Wreck (Key West)
#4 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Reefs
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#5 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Gardens
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USCG Duane (Key Largo)
#6 of 64 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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Molasses Reef (Key Largo)
#7 of 64 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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#8 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Observation Decks/ Towers; Gardens
Tropical gardens set in an old fort
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#9 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: State Parks; Beaches
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Sombrero Beach (Marathon)
#10 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Beaches
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Grecian Rocks (Key Largo)
#11 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Reefs
Owner description: This half-mile-long, crescent-shaped patch reef is an interesting dive site since it is highly developed and similar to those... more » Owner description: This half-mile-long, crescent-shaped patch reef is an interesting dive site since it is highly developed and similar to those of most outer bank reefs in the Key Largo area. « less
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Sombrero Reef (Key Colony Beach)
#12 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Reefs
Owner description: This is a spur-and-groove coral reef, sitting on the outer banks offshore of Vaca Key, characterized by large fingers of... more » Owner description: This is a spur-and-groove coral reef, sitting on the outer banks offshore of Vaca Key, characterized by large fingers of coral, separated by narrow sandbeds. « less
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#13 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Come have fun with talking, laughing and dancing parrots. Artist and environmental activist Nancy Forrester has been rescuing... more » Owner description: Come have fun with talking, laughing and dancing parrots. Artist and environmental activist Nancy Forrester has been rescuing abused and orphaned parrots for 25 years. Join us at 10 to 11 AM daily for Nancy's special presentaion "Parrot 101" or "Storytelling" where guests can take pictures of uncaged birds, hold them and ask questions. We gladly welcome families with children and animal lovers to the Secret Garden to interact with our endangered South & Central American macaws and other parrots. Open 10 to 3 daily. Self-guided visitors 11 to 3 PM. Educational material for each parrot is offered. Help inspire the birds by spending time with them. Bring a picnic lunch, play musical instruments, paint, write, sing, and dance. They love music and videos played on smart phones and ipods! « less
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#14 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: State Parks; National Parks; Beaches; Reefs; Parks; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Tours

Key Largo is a beautiful town known for its diving and snorkeling industry.  It's the top most of the Florida Keys and home to some of the world's most beautiful coral reef.  Key... more »

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Pigeon Key (Pigeon Key)
#15 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Islands; Historic Sites; Aquariums

Pigeon Key, Florida is a historic and  fascinating microcosm of the Florida Keys. Operated by the Pigeon Key Foundation, it offers daily historic tours among other things.  A... more »

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Founders Park (Islamorada)
#16 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
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#17 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Fourteen square mile natural habitat of white tailed Key deer.
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#18 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: State Parks

This is a fun park.  Each site fronts the water, there are no bad views.  However, there are sites with rocks in the water that will keep you from swimming, wading or launching a... more »

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#19 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: State Parks

Curry Hammock is quiet, clean and in a good location and a new sand beach has been added. Even though there is no wave action, shallow water wind surfing, kite flying and beach... more »

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#20 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Geologic Formations; Parks; Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Nature trails and fossilized coral reefs are the highlights of this park.
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#21 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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#22 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Beaches
Tartan 34C, ready to sail in the keys.
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White Street Pier (Key West)
#23 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks
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#24 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: State Parks
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Anne's Beach (Islamorada)
#25 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Beaches

Anne's beach is a must stop while visiting the Keys! Its quiet and you can find little coves to nestle in for even more privacy. The beach is a little rocky but as soon as you... more »

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#26 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Sunset Park Beach (Key Colony Beach)
#27 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Beaches
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#28 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is the only "frost-free" botanical garden in the continental United States. A... more » Owner description: The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is the only "frost-free" botanical garden in the continental United States. A tropical environment with ample rain allows most trees to retain their leaves in the dry season (December through late May). It is home to many endangered and threatened flora and fauna. Unlike traditional botanical gardens, this garden advocates as a teaching tool native plants and species in a natural conservation habitat. Tropical forests of the world hold at least half of all the variety of life on Earth. Moreover, the species found with the Caribbean are among the richest in plant and animal life on the planet.The Key West Forest & Garden is a special place where you can appreciate biodiversity and learn more about its importance. For instance, the forest has two of the last remaining fresh water ponds in the Keys and is a major migratory stopping point for neo-tropical birds from places as far as South America, as well as being home to many rare birds in the Florida Keys.Enjoy this "one of a kind" U S tropical forest and garden filled with butterflies, birds, plants and beautiful flowers. Your visit begins with a smiling volunteer greeter at our education center. See a short film and browse the photo walls. Pick up a Garden Guide that describes the 8 self-guided information tours, 2 wetland habitats and 2 butterfly gardens. The lush courtyard has a waterfall wall of tropical plants and below turtles happily show off their home. Meander through a one acre butterfly habitat with over 23 species discovered! Stroll through a lush canopy of tropical palms and trees. Discover the hidden pond and maybe get lucky enough to see a rare resident white crowned pigeon or bald eagle! Restrooms and refreshments are available. « less
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Coffins Patch (Key Colony Beach)
#29 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Reefs
Owner description: At a depth range of 15 - 30 feet, this dive site consists of a series of small patch reefs, and is where the Spanish Galleon... more » Owner description: At a depth range of 15 - 30 feet, this dive site consists of a series of small patch reefs, and is where the Spanish Galleon Ignacio sunk in the 18th century. « less
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#30 of 64 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Prowl this Florida rainforest and see the bird and plant life indigenous to the area.
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