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5 Amusing Games for Your Outdoor Wedding

5 Amusing Games for Your Outdoor Wedding

December 11th, 2018 | Weddings

 

The Sunset Green Event Lawn at 24 North Hotel is a choice outdoor venue in Key West for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Its green landscaping is versatile, accommodating whatever setup you have in mind for your special day. It also lends way to fun wedding games! If you’re planning something outside of the box, consider wedding games, which brings guests together and provides entertainment for kids. Giant jenga, hula hoops, cornhole and more. Here’s a look at some awesome outdoor games you can plan for your wedding party.


Keep Up With Your Fitness Plans in Key West

Keep Up With Your Fitness Plans in Key West

December 6th, 2018 | Activities

Vacation is a time for relaxation, but you can still maintain your healthy fitness routine while in Key West!  We make it easy here on the island. You can take in the sites of the Conch Republic while staying active, whether pedaling a bicycle through Old Town or paddling a kayak through the mangroves. Here are our favorite ways to stay fit around town.


Shop Local at the Key West Artisan Market

Shop Local at the Key West Artisan Market

December 4th, 2018 | Activities

 

Start your Sunday by eating local and picking up crafts and goods from the Key West Artisan Market. Browse jewelry booths, local pottery, woodcrafts, glass, textiles, and more for the best souvenir. The open-air market is open seasonally at Higgs Beach in Key West, not far from the Southernmost Point Buoy.


Traveling to Key West with Toddlers? Here are 5 Fun Activities

Traveling to Key West with Toddlers? Here are 5 Fun Activities

November 29th, 2018 |

Traveling to Key West with young children? There’s fun activities for parents and their toddlers. Ride the conch train, visit the butterfly garden, spend a day at the beach, go on a glass bottom boat adventure and celebrate the sunset at Mallory Square with little ones.