This national park is the nation's only at-sea national park and is home to the historic Fort Jefferson. Located about 70 ... More
Dry Tortugas National Park
This national park is the nation's only at-sea national park and is home to the historic Fort Jefferson. Located about 70 miles west of Key West and accessible only by boat or chartered seaplane, the park and fort lure divers, snorkelers and nature lovers who flock here to get a close look at stag horn coral, angel fish, rare birds and the loggerhead turtles that gave the island its name. Built in 1846, the five-sided fort covers more than 11 of the island's 16 acres.
Built in 1845 and occupied by Yankee forces in 1861, the fort was finally completed in 1866. Now a National
Historic Landmark, the fort has tours at noon and 2p. In January the park hosts the annual Sculpture Key ...
The Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa is a newly renovated, luxury, gulf front resort with impeccable service and deluxe
amenities.Recreational activities at this resort include an intimate beach area, parasailing, diving, snorkeling, fishing, and sailing. The new Jala ...
It may sound morbid to go strolling through cemeteries, but Key West City Cemetery is also a historical landmark. Established
in 1847 and covering nearly 20 acres, the cemetery includes the graves of sailors killed in the sinking of ...