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

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

Posted on: 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.


The Best Places for Pizza in Key West

The Best Places for Pizza in Key West

Posted on: November 27th, 2018 | Food & Dining

Looking for the best pizza in Key West? Order artisanal pies or pizza by the slice in these five top places around the island. Best of all, Duettos Pizza & Gelato was rated one of the top 10 pizza places in the country! Pizza places are available in Key West late at night, perfect after an evening on Duval Street.


Flip Flops + Fireworks Returns to the Sunset Green Event Lawn

Flip Flops + Fireworks Returns to the Sunset Green Event Lawn

Posted on: November 21st, 2018 | 24 North News & Events

Key West’s premier outdoor concert venue and multipurpose event space was unveiled last year. The Sunset Green has screened films, hosted both silent discos and MMA fights, and has welcomed Grammy-award winning artists to its stage. The outdoor venue, situated right near the bay, also acts as a wedding venue, perfect for destination weddings.


Key West Profiles: Mario Sanchez, Great American Folk Artist

Key West Profiles: Mario Sanchez, Great American Folk Artist

Posted on: November 19th, 2018 | History

Mario Sanchez is considered one of the most significant Cuban American folk artists of the 20th Century. A Key West native, Sanchez worked with wood and paint, mostly creating bas relief carvings that reflect images of earlier times on the island that were never captured in photos. Today, his artworks hang in the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., as well as the Gallery on Greene in Key West.

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