Nature Facilites

Preview The Key West Nature Facilities

Time to swim

Time to swim

This turtle has the right idea!  The water’s perfect and the weather is fine. Largerhead beach is open at the end of Simonton Street, downtown Key West.

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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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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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Key West Wildlife Center

Key West Wildlife Center

The center is a great spot for observing migratory birds in both the fall and spring. The Key West Wildlife Center operates a clinic on the property that provides treatment to injured and sick wildlife.

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Dolphin Adventure

Dolphin Adventure

For children & adults, a dolphin encounter is unforgettable.

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Fort Zachary Taylor Beach – Key West

Fort Zachary Taylor Beach – Key West

This beach is located within the State Park and is a favorite with many locals.

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Smathers Beach – Key West

Smathers Beach – Key West

Smathers Beach is the largest beach on the island.  A popular spot for everything from weddings to water sports.  There are restrooms, picnic tables and food and equipment rental vendors.    

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