Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
Hemingway purchased the property in 1931
and lived here until he died in 1961. Hemingway’s greatest literature
was composed in this Spanish Colonial house which was built in 1851.
907 Whitehead St, Key West 33040 305-294-1575
Oldest House/Wreckers Museum
322 Duval St, Key West 33040
Key West's Shipwreck Historeum
Multi-sensory historical museum with shows
and films, Visitors can learn about wrecking crews and plundering
vessels that foundered on the reefs surrounding Key West
1 Whitehead St, Mallory Square, Key West 33040
Key West Lighthouse Museum
92-foot lighthouse, built in 1847. The
light was intended to save ships and their crew.but it actually ended
many jobs of Key Westers.
938 Whitehead St, Key West 305-294-0012
Millionaire William Curry built this
lavish Queen Anne style mansion for his family in 1855. It is now an inn
511 Caroline St, Key West 33040 305-294-5349
Henry Flagler was one of the richest men
in the US. In 1905 Flagler building a 130-mile extension of the existing
railroad which met up with Key West, which was the closest deep-water
port to the Panama Canal.
901 Caroline St, Key West 33040 305-295-3562
Key West Museum of Art and History
Richardsonian Romanesque Custom House
built in the 1820s to designated the official point of entry into the
United States. from port town to richest city in the country. Ernest
Hemingway’s World War II uniform
281 Front St, Key West 305-295-6616
Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum
Excavated treasures from two Spanish
galleons that sank can be seen. Visitors will learn about the artifacts
that Mel Fisher recovered including a massive gold bar and much more.
English merchant slave ship from the 1700s is on display.
200 Green St, Key West 305-294-2633