Opera star Enrico Caruso sang here. Cuban patriot Jose Marti delivered speeches from the balcony. Blessed with a stirring ... More
San Carlos Institute
Opera star Enrico Caruso sang here. Cuban patriot Jose Marti delivered speeches from the balcony. Blessed with a stirring past, this handsome building has a new role as home to a research library and museum chronicling the island's Cuban ties. You'll find exhibits that detail the history of Key West and the contributions of 19th and 20th century Cuban exiles. San Carlos Institute is an affiliate to the Smithsonian Institution and was founded in 1871 to preserve Cuban culture and promote the freedom of Cuba.
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 ...
Located less than one mile from Key West International Airport, the Sheraton Suites Key West is across the street from
Smather's Beach.Hotel amenities include complimentary shuttle service to and from the historic district of Old Key West, outdoor pool ...
Aboard a seaplane equipped with pontoons that allow it to rise from the sea into the air, you fly to
Dry Tortugas National Park and historic Fort Jefferson. These seaplanes are able to fly at low altitude so you ...