Entries by Florida Keys Admin

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Key Largo Scuba Diving

Scuba diving Key Largo is at the top of every serious diver’s to-do list. The Florida Keys area is well known for its ocean-based activities, with snorkeling and scuba diving Key Largo being no exception. One of the best places in the world to do this is in Key Largo itself. Key Largo is the […]

Things to Do in Key Largo

There are lots of things to do in Key Largo, and most of them are in the water. In the actual town of Key Largo, you won’t find much on land that’s worth stopping for. There are convenience stores, tourist trap restaurants you should probably avoid, dive shops, and more mundane stores like Home Depot […]

Key Largo

Key Largo Florida is the first of the Florida Keys as you drive south from Miami. It’s also the only stop for many visitors who consider the waters around Key Largo to be amongst the finest in the world for diving. In fact, if your vacation is all about scuba, snorkeling, or fishing, Key Largo […]

Florida Keys Vacation Rentals

Savor the island charm in your choice of Florida Keys vacation rentals. There are so many to choose from! If you’ve got a large family or a group of travelers, then Florida Keys vacation rentals might even be the most economical choice for you. For anyone, it’s the ideal way to spend a Keys beach […]

Florida Keys Campgrounds

Florida Keys campgrounds come in several varieties. For the most part, RV campers will find that most Florida Keys campgrounds will accommodate their needs. Florida has extremely hot and humid weather conditions for part of the year, so tent campers are not as common as they would be in many other parts of the country. […]

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Florida Keys Hotels

Florida Keys hotels come in so many exciting shapes and sizes! When you are planning a trip to the Florida Keys, the first logical step is to figure out where you are going to stay. And with Florida Keys being such a tourist destination, there are plenty of Florida Keys hotel choices for vacationers, whether […]

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Shipwreck Historeum

The Shipwreck Historeum is a highly visible Key West attraction, located right behind Mallory Square and across from the Key West Aquarium.  It is not, however, one of the Top Ten Things to Do in Key West.  The tour guides visitors through the dark hallway of salvaged goods from yesteryear, set up in a way […]

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Mel Fisher Museum

The Mel Fisher Museum in Key West is chock full of important items from the life of a famous and great man.  Both a tribute the history of diving and salvaging and homage to the man who made his dreams come true, the Mel Fisher Museum is worth a visit for just about anyone.  It’s […]

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Audubon House and Gallery

Audubon House is many things: a gallery of fine art filled with Audubon original lithographs and engravings, a tropical garden that can hold an event with up to 300 people, and a museum dedicated to a fascinating part of Key West history.  However you decide to look at it, a visit to Audobon House makes […]

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Key West Aquarium

The Key West Aquarium may be the oldest tourist attraction in town, but it offers a true view of the marine world that exists just outside its walls, in the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.  An authentic experience hasn’t changed much since the 1930s, when this quaint building was completed…visitors can still enjoy […]