Key West Aquarium
Hold a live starfish or pet a shark! At the Key West Aquarium you’ll get closer than you’ve ever been (without getting wet) to some of the world’s most intriguing marine species. Opened in 1934, the Key West Aquarium was the very first attraction in the city; it was also the largest aquarium of its kind at the time.
Old Town Trolley Tours
The original Old Town Trolley Tours was conceived right here in Key West. It was more than 25 years ago when the three founders of Historic Tours got together to work towards preserving the historic sites of the city and along the way, created an exciting and entertaining sightseeing tour. Old Town Trolley offers a comfortable seat, a humorous and interesting narrative and a way to see the best of the city at your own pace.
Conch Tour Train
As a legacy to Henry Flagler’s “railway over the sea” the Conch Tour Train has treated visitors to an in-depth view of the city’s most charming, historic and interesting attractions for 50 years...and counting. The Conch Tour Train took its inaugural ride in 1958 and has been offering tours throughout Key West ever since. For a historic adventure through Key West, take a ride on board Key West's original sightseeing tour, the Conch Tour Train.
Enter the world of 1856 Key West… the era of the wreckers. At the Key West Shipwreck Museum you will step back into time as you discover Key West’s unique maritime heritage and how it became the richest city in the United States.
Overseas Railroad Museum
Take a tour through the Overseas Railroad Museum and see memorabilia, photos and artifacts. Witness the excitement that filled the air when that first train arrived as you watch it happen on film. Walk through an actual Florida East Coast Railway car and learn more about the construction and completion of the Key West Railway and the tenacious people who made it a reality.
San Carlos Institute
If you’re interested in Key West’s Cuban history, the San Carlos Institute is the place to start. Plus it's just a short walk from the 24 North Hotel shuttle!
Audubon House and Botanical Gardens
The Audubon House and Botanical Gardens are like a walk back in time through Key West’s rich history, and are just a short walk from the 24 North Hotel Shuttle
Harry S. Truman Little White House
Located in the heart of Old Town, Harry S Truman's Little White House is just a short walk from the 24 North Hotel Shuttle stop at Mallory Square Key West.
Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum
The Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum, located down the street from the 24 North Hotel shuttle stop, is another must-see attraction during your Key West vacation!
The Key West Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters Museum
Just a short walk from the 24 North Hotel shuttle, the Key West Lighthouse Museum gives breathtaking views across the entire island. Another must-see attraction!
The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory might be the most peaceful spot on Duval Street and is just a short stroll from the 24 North Hotel shuttle stop.
Cayo Hueso y Habana Historeum
If you’re looking for a Cuban experience in Key West, Cayo Hueso y Habana Historeum should be high on your list! Located at the 24 North Hotel shuttle stop.
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