The Florida Keys

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  • 1. Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center

    Old Town

    While visiting Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park, stop in at this colorful 6,400-square-foot interactive attraction, which encourages visitors to venture through a variety of...Read More

  • 2. Anne's Beach Park

    Lower Matecumbe Key

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

  • 3. C. B. Harvey Memorial Rest Beach

    New Town

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

  • 4. Dry Tortugas National Park and Historic Key West Bight Museum

    Historic Seaport

    If you can't see Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas in person, this is the next best thing. Opened in 2013 by the national park's...Read More

  • 5. Florida Keys Memorial/Hurricane Monument

    Upper Matecumbe Key

    On Monday, September 2, 1935, more than 400 people perished when the most intense hurricane to make landfall in the United States swept through this...Read More

  • 6. Key West Garden Club at West Martello Tower

    Old Town

    For over 65 years, the Key West Garden Club has maintained lush gardens among the arches and ruins of this redbrick Civil War–era fort. In...Read More

  • 7. Key West Library

    Old Town

    Check out the pretty palm garden next to the Key West Library at 700 Fleming Street, just off Duval. This leafy, outdoor reading area, with...Read More

  • 8. Mallory Square and Pier

    Old Town

    For cruise-ship passengers, this is the disembarkation point for an attack on Key West. For practically every visitor, it's the requisite venue for a nightly...Read More

  • 9. National Key Deer Refuge

    This 84,824-acre refuge was established in 1957 to protect the dwindling population of the Key deer, one of more than 22 animals and plants federally...Read More

  • 10. The Southernmost Point

    Old Town

    Possibly the most photographed site in Key West (even though the actual geographic southernmost point in the continental United States lies across the bay on...Read More

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