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The population of this area of Florida Keys is nearly 25,000.
You'll find this destination 430 miles from Tallahassee, the state capital of Florida. It is also around 25 miles from Cudjoe Key.
Exploring Audubon House and Tropical Gardens and Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum is a great way to get started on your adventures.
If you're here with children, you'll have to plan a visit to some of the much-loved family-friendly attractions. Head on over to MLK Community Pool & Community Center and Key West Wildlife Center. Sheriff’s Animal Farm is also lots of fun.
From schools of colorful fish to underwater plant life, it's hard to know what you might discover at Key West Aquarium.
From beautiful flowers to winding garden pathways, the treasures of Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory are waiting to be explored. Many people also like to roam the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden and the Key West Garden Club.
Pack a picnic hamper and take it easy for a while in the peaceful, green surroundings of Bahia Honda State Park and Beach and Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park. Key West National Wildlife Refuge and the Nancy Forrester's Secret Garden are two more excellent places to while away a lazy afternoon with a good book.
Pack some supplies and drive out to one of the many beautiful stretches of coast. Among the nicest are Smathers Beach, South Beach and Higgs Beach.
There's nothing quite like an afternoon out in nature to rejuvenate a travel-weary soul. When the urge strikes to escape the city streets, make your way over to Dry Tortugas National Park.
Armchair marine biologists always love Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, a frequently visited marine sanctuary brimming with aquatic animals.
Set aside a day or two to explore some of the delightful exhibition spaces in the area. The Key West Art and Historical Society and the Ripley's Believe It or Not offer a range of collections that are sure to capture your attention. The Key West Shipwreck Museum and the Florida Keys Eco - Discovery Center are also worth considering.
Maritime museums are essential to the conservation of artifacts and the re-telling of the world's most influential marine events. Admire what's left of this region's seagoing history at the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum, the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum and the Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum.
Fascinating installations and creations await art aficionados at the Key West Museum of Art and History.
To learn about the events and people who shaped this place, consider visiting its many historic structures and monuments. Commence your history tour at Key West Cemetery and Harry S. Truman Little White House. When it comes to bygone times, there's always something else to know. Schooner Western Union and Custom House Museum are also great places to check out.
Want to get a glimpse of Key West's military history? The beating drums of war still echo through the walls of Fort East Martello Museum and Gallery.
Sacred sites are often quite moving. If you'd like to experience Key West's spiritual side, visit The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Key West.
Looking for something different? Consider a visit to Robbie's, Key West Harbour or the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center.