Immerse Yourself in Key West Attractions

Explore Local Culture

Take an engaging trip and learn something new at the same time at one of the following Key West museums, aquariums, or conservatories.

Butterfly Conservatory

Feel your stress fade away as you enter our magical world of butterflies at one of the top-rated Key West attractions. Relax and be amazed as you stroll through our tropical paradise. Walk through a magical and inviting environment filled with hundreds of the most beautiful winged creatures in nature. During your breathtaking journey you will experience an impressive collection of flowering plants, colorful birds, cascading waterfalls and trees that set the stage for the "flowers of the sky." Witness a variety of some 50 to 60 butterfly species from around the world, along with over 20 exotic bird species, all under a climate- controlled, glass enclosed habitat.  

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Mel Fisher Maritime Museum

Did you know that the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum is the only fully accredited museum in the Florida Keys?  That means we’re more than just an exciting adventure story.  We’re also a nationally recognized research and archaeology institution.  Yes, we have amazing treasure in our 1622 Fleet exhibit of the Spanish galleons discovered by Mel Fisher and his crew, and we have so much more!  Our thought provoking Slave Ship and Key West African Cemetery exhibits provide a stark look into the transatlantic slave trade and Key West’s unique role in it.  Learn about Spanish Coins in the New World, the Real Pirates of the Caribbean, and the Science of Shipwrecks.  You can even take a lab tour and see how history is revealed through conservation every day!  Make plans to visit.  We’re open seven days a week.

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Ripley's Museum

Experience the strangest place in all of Key West! Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium. A Odditorium of the odd, bizarre, and unusual featuring over 10,000 sq feet of exhibits. Encompassing the entire second floor of the historical building, with over 500 exhibits in 13 air conditioned galleries and outdoor balconies!

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Key West Aquarium

Located in Key West’s famous Mallory Square, the Key West Aquarium is one of the island’s most popular attractions for people of all ages. Home to alligators, jellyfish, sharks and many other marine animals, guests can enjoy guided aquarium tours as well as animal feedings. The aquarium’s touch tank features a variety of beautiful creatures, including conchs, sea stars, sea urchins, giant hermit crabs and horseshoe crabs. Guests also have the unique opportunity to touch a live shark on the tail. For an unforgettable day in Key West, stop by the Key West Aquarium and get up close and personal with some of the most fascinating creatures in the Lower Keys!

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Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum

Wreck Ashore! With these words, enter the world of 1856 Key West… the era of the wreckers. At the Key West Shipwreck Museum you will step back into time as you discover Key West’s unique maritime heritage and how it became the richest city in the United States.  The Key West Museum combines actors, films and the actual artifacts from the 1985 rediscovery of the wrecked vessel Isaac Allerton, which sank in 1856 on the treacherous Florida Keys reef.  Join master wrecker Asa Tift and his wrecking crew as he tells you the story of how this unusual industry provided for the livelihoods of the early pioneers of Key West. You will be invited to climb the 65′ lookout tower and if need be, alarm Mr. Tift of any wrecks on the reef! Learn more about the wrecking industry and what Key West once was by clicking on the link below.

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Audubon House and Tropical Gardens

The grand home that is now known as the Audubon House was built by Captain John Huling Geiger in the 1840s as a residence for his family, who lived there for more than a century. Slated for destruction in 1958, the Geiger mansion was saved by the Mitchell Wolfson Family Foundation, a nonprofit educational organization. The home’s large scale restoration was the first of its kind in Key West and sparked Key West’s restoration movement.  Today, the home and its furnishings reflect the elegance and comfortable living enjoyed by a wealthy family in Key West in an era when frequent shipwrecks on the offshore reef created a flourishing ship wrecking industry.

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