About Key West

About Key West

HE Travel – Key West House Party

HE Travel – Key West House Party

December 6th, 2015 It’s an exciting time for Gay Travel with the marriage of two major gay tour operators, HE Travel and OutQuest Adventures (formerly OutWest Adventures)! To celebrate this holy matrimony HE Travel is having a celebration at its headquarters in sunny Key West Florida.  This Key West house party will have all the frills: live entertainment, VIP hosted bar and scrumptious hors d’oeuvres at one of Key West newest hot spots, The Blue Macau (opening in the fall of 2015)! Vacation Key West is a proud sponsor of this Key West House Party presented by HE Travel. If you are...

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Zombie Bike Ride

Zombie Bike Ride

Sunday October 25th This fun once-a-year themed bike ride is a local favorite. Dress up in your favorite zombie outfit and ride at sunset with the rest of the riders down to Duval. Join this zombie apocalypse and see for yourself why the undead have more fun. Visit Site

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Bahia Honda Beach

Bahia Honda Beach

If you are a Beach Buff – this is the beach for you. Bahia Honda has the most pristine waters in the Continental US. Take the time to visit Bahia Honda Park when you visit the Keys.

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Simonton Street Beach

Simonton Street Beach

Located in the heart of Key West, just 2 blocks from Mallory Square is Simonton Street Beach.  A small but relaxing place to enjoy swimming or take in the Sunset.    

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The Tropic Cinema

The Tropic Cinema

The Conch Republic boasts a state-of-the-art multiplex to see the best of independent, foreign and alternative movies. The Tropic Cinema is a jewel of a theatre in the heart of Key West.

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The Studios of Key West

The Studios of Key West

The Studios was founded with the vision of bringing world class artists to the island, connecting them with local audiences and artists, and offering space for both to explore their creativity.

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Mallory Square

Mallory Square

Each night around two hours before sunset masses of people, both locals and tourists alike, flock to the water’s edge to experience a multicultural happening and to watch the sun sink into the Gulf of Mexico.

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Key West Firehouse Museum

Key West Firehouse Museum

Built in 1907, Fire Station No. 3, located at the corner of Grinnell and Virginia Streets, is one of the oldest fire stations in the state of Florida.

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U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Ingham Maritime Museum

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Ingham Maritime Museum

With over 50 years of service around the work, USCGC INGHAM is a quintessential portrait of Coast Guard history from 1936 to 1988.

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Key West Cemetery

Key West Cemetery

I told you I was sick ! That is a famous marking on one of the graves in the Key West Cemetery.

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Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory

Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory

Witness some 50 to 60 different species from around the world, as well as varieties of colorful birds, all under a climate-controlled, glass-enclosed habitat.

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West Martello Tower

West Martello Tower

West Martello Tower is located on the Atlantic Ocean and hosts the Key West Garden Club.

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Little White House Key West

Little White House Key West

Little White House Key West is a great place to see some Presidential history, right in the heart of Old Town Key West.

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Key West Aquarium

Key West Aquarium

Key West Aquarium located at Mallory Dock offers vintage-style fish viewing windows, a ray & starfish petting pool as well as gorgeous views of the Gulf.

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Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden

Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden

A unique eco-system of native flora and fauna found in the Caribbean climate.

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Ernest Hemingway House

Ernest Hemingway House

The home of America’s most celebrated author.

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Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum

Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum

Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum houses treasure from the exciting adventure story of Mel and his family, and their discovery of the wrecked Spanish Galleons on the coral reefs

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Getting To Key West

Getting To Key West

You can drive, fly, take a bus or get here by Ferry. Non stop flights are available from Atlanta, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Charlotte and Ft Myers. For more details click “Read More”.

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About Key West

Key West, The Southernmost City in the USA These are a few of our favorite Southernmost things! Where to stay: The charming inns and Bed & Breakfast guest houses are unique. Much of the architecture is reminiscent of the French Quarter in New Orleans, with a colorful tropical flair. Most of them offer breakfast and many provide happy hour libations to accompany the sunset. Click on the Bed and Breakfast link above to tour some of the nicest accommodations in Key West. The hotels in Key West range from attractive name brand properties such as the Westin, to smaller individually owned...

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About Us

Vacation Key West was created by Vanessa McCaffrey to accommodate the needs of visitors to the Florida Keys and Key West. The company, started in 1994, quickly grew from offering a handful of hotels, to providing expert advice on a myriad of lodging options in the Keys, including B&B’s, condos, guesthouses and vacation rentals. We once hired the tent that Oprah used to celebrate Maya Angelou’s birthday for a wedding on Sunset Key, it was a blast! Vacation Key West is conveniently located in the Key West Ferry Terminal on Grinnell Street in the Seaport...

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