Weatherstation Inn – Historic Walking Tour

I love how you can combine history with a really cool place to stay.  The Weatherstation Inn combines my two loves.  Located at 57 Front Street, you are in the heart of Truman Annex.  One of the quietest, most centrally located places
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18 Stops Along The Key West Museum Trail

Anyone who visits Key West realizes how much history can be found here.  This history is preserved in the many museums found around town.  This Key West Museum Trail offers a way to explore the Island, learn more about Key West’s history
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7 Curry Mansions – Historic Walking Tour

William Curry was Florida’s first millionaire.  He gave each of his children $10,000 to build a home of their own.  The result?  The Key West Historic district has seven beautiful mansions you can explore, visit and even spend the night at a
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3 Best Things about Truman Annex Key West

After your first visit or may be even a few visits, you will definitely find your favorite spots on the Island.  Favorite place to stay, favorite place for Happy Hour, favorite place to watch sunset, favorite place to walk.  We have ours
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Curry Mansion – Historic Walking Tour

The Curry Mansion located at 511 Caroline Street is more than a stop along the historic walking tour, it’s a place to stay, relax and enjoy Key West.  Located between Eaton and Greene Streets, this inn is centrally located to the activities
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Ever Changing Sculptures in Key West

Have you noticed the sculptures around the Custom House change; frequently?  These beautiful works of art are created by Seward Johnson and are on display around the Custom House.  The latest addition was the large sculpture in front of the Custom House
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Sponging – More Than a Shopping Trip

At 1 Whitehead Street you will find the Key West Sponge Market.  Given it’s location, you will find all of the normal tourist shopping items.  Key Lime products, nautical stuff and of course, sponges.  Lots and lots of sponges.  Here you will
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Gatoville – Historic Walking Tour

Located on the 1100 block of Simonton Street you will find one of the first successful industrial communities in the United States.  Between 1880 and the early 1900’s, Key West had a large influx of Cuban expatriates.  They were escaping the oppression
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Benjamin Curry House – Historic Walking Tour

Located at 610 Southard Street, the Benjamin Curry House is one of the few historic homes, still owned by the original family.  This home was built by Benjamin Curry, Jr. the brother of Florida’s first millionaire, William Curry.  He purchased an acre
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