Cultural Craze Key West and Things To Do
Although just basking in the sun is delight enough in Key West, an avid beauty-madness would not want to miss the myriad of inexorable Key West and things to do. One could not help but get hooked into the attracting activities you can get in Key West, all under the sun.
‘Key West and Things To Do’ No.1 starts with the voyage to the island. A seven-sea navigator cruise could easily take you from Lima, Peru, Panama, to the historical port of Key West, finally to Fort Lauderdale. Cruising the American seas from South America to the eastern coast of North America, leaves one more knowledgeable about the history, culture, and peoples of the Americas. Cruise ships dock near the most important park in Key West, Mallory Square – the historic port of the last island, tip of the Florida Keys, closer to Cuba than Miami. And one only has to walk across the square to Duval Street, the heart of Key West – shops, restaurants, and bars, history and festivities. Then march to Whitehead Street, to the Harry Truman’s Little White House and more tourist marks.
‘Key West and Things To Do’ No. 2 – to board the Old Town Trolley and Conch Tour Trains taking travelers all around the most important and happenings site in Key West – Hemingway House, Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center Audubon House & Tropical Gardens, Bahama Village, Curry Mansion, Key West Golf Club, East Martello Museum & Gallery, Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden, Fort Jefferson, The San Carlos Institute, The Wrecker’s Museum Oldest House, The Key West Lighthouse Museum, Historic Seaport at Key West Bight, The Southernmost Point (of the United States), and all Key West attractions. Both the trolley and the train cover over 14 miles of Old Town Key West and is a great tour recounting interesting and entertaining stories about the city.
‘Key West Things To Do’ No. 3, bike or better walk the Key West back streets, and feel the mysterious atmosphere at the touch of your tips – climate, natural beauty, cultural diversity, captivating cuisine, heritage, fests, arts, architecture, theater, museums, music, bars, beaches, the sea and the sea of people sightseeing, maritime hobbying, shopping, entertaining, or being entertained alike. Visitors could go extremes petting a shark, touring a cemetery, visiting Hemingway’s home, slavering over salvage treasures, going artsy, or just plain partying – all in the ambiance of freedom, fun and fancy.