Things to do in Key West

Hard Rock Cafe

Experience authentic dining and world class entertainment when you visit Hard Rock Cafe Key West. Located on world-famous Duval Street, you’ll enjoy the most delectable dishes served on our little island paradise.

After a delicious meal of freshly prepared authentic American fare, take a stroll through musical history with a collection of rock n’ roll memorabilia you can only find at Hard Rock Cafe Key West.

Discover the perfect place to eat, drink, and unwind among the tropical breezes during your visit to this beautiful and inspired city.

Find out more information online at: http://www.hardrock.com/cafes/key-west/

Key West Aquarium

Discover the undersea world of the Florida Keys at Key West’s first attraction, the Key West Aquarium. The Key West Aquarium showcases wonderful marine creatures that are native to the waters of Key West.

You will enjoy the daily shark and turtle feedings. Petting live sharks with the guidance of our staff is one of the many experiences you have at the Aquarium.

The Touch Tank offers visitors a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with hermit crabs, conchs, sea cucumbers and sea urchins without getting your feet wet.

Find out more information online at: http://www.keywestaquarium.com/

Key West Shipwreck Museum

Join our cast in another time as you enter the world of an 1856 wreckers warehouse and relive how Key West became the richest city in the United States.

The Key West Shipwreck Museum combines actors, films, laser technology and the actual artifacts from the recently rediscovered wrecked vessel Issac Allerton which sank in 1856. The museum offers a unique glimpse into Key West’s maritime heritage.

Enjoy the spectacular view from the top of our 60′ lookout tower!

Find out more information online at: http://www.keywestshipwreck.com/

Mallory Square

Historic Mallory Square and the city of Key West both had their beginning along this deep harbor waterfront – the wrecking schooners, the frigates and warships of the US Navy, the Cuban cigar makers tobacco warehouses, ship’s chandlers and government offices combined to make Key West a bustling seaport out on the frontier of a young America.

Today, Mallory Square is a Key West must see. You will find exciting attractions, unparalleled shopping, the Key West historic sculpture garden and of course, every evening, the famous sunset celebration.

Find out more information online at: http://www.mallorysquare.com/