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Ranked #31 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: State Parks; Beaches
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Ranked #32 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Scenic Drives
A charming 110 mile highway running the length of the Keys.
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Ranked #33 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: The Florida Keys Wild Bird Center’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native and migratory wild birds that have... more » Owner description: The Florida Keys Wild Bird Center’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native and migratory wild birds that have been harmed or displaced, to provide or locate a humane shelter for those birds that cannot be released, and to educate the public toward the importance of coexistence with all wild bird species. The Florida Keys Wild Bird Center is a 501(C)(3) Charitable Organization. The founder of the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center, Laura Quinn, spent over 35 years in service to her mission of rescuing and rehabilitating wild birds. Well-known to locals and visitors alike, Laura could often be seen on the boardwalk, visiting with the residents of the Center and the many migratory birds that stopped by on the way to their summer or winter homes. The human visitors to the Sanctuary were frequently the beneficiaries of her informal tours and left the Center with a much greater knowledge of and appreciation for those wild birds. She inspired countless interns and volunteers to follow her example by making their careers in animal care. Unforgettable to all who knew her, she remained devoted to the welfare of wild birds until her death in September 2010.The Board of Directors of the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center is dedicated to continuing the rewarding work of this tireless "Bird Lady," by preserving her achievement and honoring her pledge to "Keep Them Flying." « less
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Sombrero Reef (Key Colony Beach)
Ranked #34 of 169 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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Mallory Square (Key West)
Ranked #35 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks; Parks
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Ranked #36 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Tours; Educational Sites
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Ranked #37 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Owner description: Be a part of the first totally interactive aquarium with chances to feed and swim with sharks, stingrays and other tropical... more » Owner description: Be a part of the first totally interactive aquarium with chances to feed and swim with sharks, stingrays and other tropical fish! Come immerse yourself in the magic of the ocean! « less
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Ranked #38 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Science Museums; Aquariums; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Specialty Museums
Owner description: The Eco-Discovery Center features more than 6,000 square feet of interactive exhibits, which interpret the resources and... more » Owner description: The Eco-Discovery Center features more than 6,000 square feet of interactive exhibits, which interpret the resources and management efforts of Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, two national parks, and four national wildlife refuges. Check out the exhibit on Aquarius, the world's only underwater ocean laboratory, the Living Reef exhibit, which includes a 2,500-gallon reef tank with living corals and tropical fish, the live Reef Cam, and other displays that highlight the coral reef environment. The Center is located in NOAA’s Dr. Nancy Foster Florida Keys Environmental Complex on the Truman Annex waterfront in Key West. Admission is always free (and so is parking), so be sure to stop by for a visit! « less
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Theater of the Sea (Islamorada)
Ranked #39 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Aquariums; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Parks; Theaters

This is a fun and informative way to spend a day learning about the sea life in the Keys. Perfect for families with elementry and middle school aged children.  One review said to... more »

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Grecian Rocks (Key Largo)
Ranked #40 of 169 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 Beach (Marathon)
Ranked #41 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #42 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
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Ranked #43 of 169 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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Ranked #44 of 169 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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Ranked #45 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
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Ranked #46 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Beaches; Historic Sites; State Parks

Fort Zachary Taylor Beach is the best beach in Key West. (If you are looking for prestine, white sand, you don't want Key West...)  The beach is rocky, but beautiful.  Bring flip... more »

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Duval Street (Key West)
Ranked #47 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Popular, busy street offers plenty of shops, restaurants and bars.
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Ranked #48 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: History Museums; Art Museums
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Ranked #49 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Historic Sites
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Pigeon Key (Pigeon Key)
Ranked #50 of 169 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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Ranked #51 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Sports Complexes
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Founders Park (Islamorada)
Ranked #52 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
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Key West Cemetery (Key West)
Ranked #53 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Cemeteries

Key West Cemetery is extremely interesting.  When you enter the cemetary at the main entrance, you can pick up a pamphlet that contains a map and explanation of the interesting... more »

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Ranked #54 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Lighthouses; History Museums
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Ranked #55 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Fourteen square mile natural habitat of white tailed Key deer.
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Ranked #56 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Historic Sites; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Gardens
Owner description: The home of Capt. John H. Geiger, harbor pilot and master wrecker, was built between 1846 and 1849. Slated for destruction in... more » Owner description: The home of Capt. John H. Geiger, harbor pilot and master wrecker, was built between 1846 and 1849. Slated for destruction in 1958, it was saved by the Mitchell Wolfson Family Foundation, a nonprofit educational institution. This large scale restoration was the first of its kind in Key West, thus sparking the restoration movement in Key West.Antique enthusiasts will appreciate the unique quality of the furnishings displayed in the Audubon House Museum. All furnishings reflect the elegance and comfortable living enjoyed for a wealthy family in Key West during the mid-1800’s. 31 of the original hand colored Antique engravings of the 22 birds J.J. Audubon painted in the Florida Keys during his 6 week visit in 1832 can be seen throughout the House. In addition to informative reading panels, an introduction to the property and its history will be given by your guide, and then you will roam the house and gardens at your leisure. Varieties of orchids and bromeliads emerge from the foliage and trees to surprise you with their vibrant blooms. Native plants and exotics provide an environment that is reminiscent of old Key West. Trees and plants are labeled with their common names, Latin names, and country of origin. This is the finest tropical garden in the Florida Keys. You may even catch a glimpse of some of our local birds! The garden tour also includes a self-guided visit to the Cook House. Houses of the period in the Florida Keys did not have inside kitchens as they were sources of heat and of course, fire hazards. A visit to the Audubon Gallery of Fine Arts will take you through the wonderful world of original Audubon Antique hand painted lithographs. The original Antique prints of some of J.J. Audubon’s contemporaries are also available for sale.The Museum Shop offers a wide selection of unique one-of-a-kind gifts, home décor, Antiques and educational materials.Our lush tropical gardens can be the site of your event:, whether you are planning a wedding or a corporate event. Let us make your event happen. « less
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Ranked #57 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Museums; History Museums; Art Museums
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Ranked #58 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Health Clubs
Owner description: The Key West Yoga Sanctuary is conveniently located on Duval street, settled among the art galleries and 2 blocks from the... more » Owner description: The Key West Yoga Sanctuary is conveniently located on Duval street, settled among the art galleries and 2 blocks from the Atlantic ocean. The schedule of classes is catered towards students and practitioners of all ages and levels and includes various styles of yoga. All yoga mats, props, and retail items are Eco-conscious with the intention of raising awareness both on and off the mat. Come practice with a warm, knowledgeable, and dedicated staff of teachers ready to meet you where you are and to share this gift available to us all, of yoga. « less
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Ranked #59 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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The Oldest House (Key West)
Ranked #60 of 169 attractions in Florida Keys
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens
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