The Florida Keys Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Florida Keys - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Anne's Beach Park

  • Beach–Sight

On Lower Matecumbe Key this popular village park is named for a local environmental activist. Its "beach" (really a typical Keys-style...

Audubon House and Tropical Gardens

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If you've ever seen an engraving by ornithologist John James Audubon, you'll understand why his name is synonymous with birds. See his...

Bahia Honda State Park

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Most first-time visitors to the region are dismayed by the lack of beaches—but then they discover Bahia Honda Key. The 524-acre park...

C.B. Harvey Memorial Rest Beach

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This beach and park were named after Cornelius Bradford Harvey, former Key West mayor and commissioner. Adjacent to Higgs Beach, it has...

Crane Point Museum, Nature Center, and Historic Site

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Tucked away from the highway behind a stand of trees, Crane Point—part of a 63-acre tract that contains the last-known undisturbed...

Curry Hammock State Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Looking for a slice of the Keys that's far removed from tiki bars? On the ocean and bay sides of Overseas Highway are 260 acres of upland...

Custom House

  • Historic District/Site

When Key West was designated a U.S. port of entry in the early 1820s, a customhouse was established. Salvaged cargoes from ships wrecked...

Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park

  • Local Interest–Sight

American crocodiles, mangrove cuckoos, white-crowned pigeons, Schaus swallowtail butterflies, mahogany mistletoe, wild cotton, and 100...

Dog Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Next to Louie's Backyard restaurant, this tiny beach—the only one in Key West where dogs are allowed unleashed—has a shore that's...

Dolphin Research Center

  • Zoo/Aquarium

The 1963 movie Flipper popularized the notion of humans interacting with dolphins, and Milton Santini, the film's creator, also opened...

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