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I love turtles and really looked forward to visiting the Turtle Museum. All the information I saw, including their website, indicated they would open at 11am. I arrived shortly after 11 and saw a sign saying they were closed for the summer. What a disappointment.
This is the old Turtle Kraals and Cannery in Key West where they canned soup and turtle meat from 1912 to 1957. There are 7 species of sea turtles and they are all endangered and the folks who run this small museum spend their time,,...More
First of all, I can't believe the last review for this attraction was about a year ago. Cmon people..please go check out this little gem.This is an absolutely FREE attraction. What the Key West Turtle Musuem lacks in size it certainly makes up for in...More
This small museum is a lovely interlude on a walk around the Key West Harbor. The very enthusiastic volunteer is happy to answer all your questions and give you an insight into a little known industry. Recommended for both children and adults.
My daughter and I stopped by the Museum on Friday, April 1, 2016. There is no charge - just a donation bottle. There are no turtles in the museum - that would be in violation of State and Federal laws. Though not alot to see,...More
Our guided tour started off with a picture and description of the various turtles in the world. Then there were was a discussion of what can affect turtles, and what they do to help sick turtles. Then there was a complete history of each of...More