It may sound morbid to go strolling through cemeteries, but Key West City Cemetery is also a historical landmark. Established ... More
Key West City Cemetery
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 the USS Maine in 1898. You will see unique headstones, like a ship's mast or the famous one reading, "I told you I was sick." Admission is free to tour the site on your own.
The Crowne Plaza La Concha is situated on Duval Street in the heart of Key West, approximately three miles from
Key West International Airport and steps away from a variety of restaurants, nightclubs and shopping. Local attractions include Mallory ...
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 ...
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 ...