The tour of the Geiger House consists of a nice explanation in the vestibule of the history of the house and the of the Geiger family. As the guide makes clear, Audubon probably never set foot in the house. Then why use his name unless it is to draw people in. the first and second floors contain period pieces from the 1800's while the third floor is devoted to some of Audubon's works. The gardens are ok and nothing special to write home about. Not near the top of my list of things to see in Key West.
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