Take a leisurely tour of the home and gardens of the late Nobel Prize winner, Ernest Hemingway, one of the most honored and ... More
Take a leisurely tour of the home and gardens of the late Nobel Prize winner, Ernest Hemingway, one of the most honored and respected authors in America who moved in this house in 1931 and lived and wrote at this house for over ten years. The house is a Registered National Historic Landmark and insightful, educational guided tours of the house and gardens are available.
A Conch house built in the 1880s is today this handsome inn occupying an enviable location facing Duval Street, center
of the Key West action. Rooms in this two story building vary in size from cozy to spacious, but ...
Artist John James Audubon, famed for his detailed drawings of birds and animals, once visited this handsome and historic two
story house that now bears his name. Audubon House, whose construction is typical of historic Key West, offers a ...
Want to learn some Key West folklore and get a little spooked at the same time? This 1.5 hour evening
walking tour may be for you. Narrated by informative guides, the tour covers a mile of Old Town. Lighting ...