Things to do in Key West

There are lots of things to do in Key West and the Lower Keys. There are Miles of oceanfront and Gulf front access await you in the Keys.
Recreational opportunities in the outdoors are the most important assets of the Keys.
The fishing and boating here is incredible-both in the Ocean and the back-country (the Gulf). There is something
to catch year round and our weather lets you do it. If you like the water, this is the place
Recreational Opportunities:
•  47 Marinas
•  13 Parks,
•  3 Golf Courses
•  10 Campgrounds and recreational vehicle parks
• 13 public Tennis Courts
• 18 Boat Ramps

To see a complete list of parks and recreational opportunities see the sites below

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

Key Deer National Wildlife Refuge

Everglades National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park

John C. Pennekamp State Park

Bahia Honda State Park

Reef Relief

Dolphin Research Center

Florida Audubon Society

Center for Coastal Ecosystem Health

University of Miami: Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences

Mote Marine Laboratory (Sarasota, Summerland Key)

Things to do outdoors:
• Fishing-saltwater, freshwater-Ocean, lakes and the Everglades
• Boating-Ocean, Gulf or Bay
• Diving
• Hiking
• Tennis
• Bike riding
• Birding
• Photography and Wildlife watching
• Kayaking—canoes-there are good rental locations and lots of places to launch.
• Air boating into the Everglades
• Windsurfing the flats

Other places to visit.
Audubon House- original Audubon engravings (not Audubon's residence)
Conch Tour Train-
Curry Mansion Inn - 305 294-5349 511 Caroline Street, Key West FL 33040
Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum - 305 294-1136, 907 Whitehead St., Key West FL
Flagler's Station Historeum®-901 Caroline St., 1-305-295-3562.
Haitian Art Co. - 305 296-8932, 600 Francis St., Key West FL 33040
• Heritage House Museum - 305 296-3573, 410 Caroline Street, Key West FL 33040
Historic Seaport at Key West Bight.
Key West Aquarium - 1 Whitehead St., Mallory Market
Key West East Martello Museum - 305 296-3913, 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West Lighthouse Museum - 305 294-0012, 938 Whitehead Street
Key West Museum of Art & History - 305 295-6616
Customs House - 281 Front Street, Key West FL 33040
Key West Shipwreck Historeum - 305 292-8990, 1 Whitehead Street
Little White House Museum - 305 294-9911
Wrecker's Museum - 322 Duval St., 294-9502. Built-in 1829. This is Key West's oldest house.

Pro Sports
• A 2-3 hour drive to Miami:
Florida Marlins
• 2269 Dan Marino Blvd, Pro Player Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL 33056 · 305-626-7400
Miami Dolphins
• 2269 Dan Marino Blvd, Pro Player Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL 33056 · 305-620-2578
Miami Heat
• 601 Biscayne Blvd, American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL 33132-1801 · 786-777-432