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The History of Diving Museum

in Museum

The Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, displaying, and interpreting artifacts, antiques, books, documents, photographs, and oral history relative to the History of Diving. We tell the international story of man’s attempts to explore, understand, and venture under the sea. We also celebrate the special role that South Florida and the Florida Keys played in this story.

82990 Overseas Hwy
Islamorada, Florida 33036
United States

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Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum

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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 square feet of exhibits. Encompassing the entire second floor of the historical building, with over 500 exhibits in 13 air conditioned galleries and outdoor balconies!

108 Duval St
Key West, Florida 33040
United States

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Key West Lighthouse & Keeper's Quarter Museum

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The current lighthouse opened in 1848 with a woman as its Keeper; nearly unheard of during the 19th century. In the years following, the Key West Lighthouse underwent a number of upgrades including the installation of a Third Order Fresnel Lens, an extension to the tower which allowed the light to be seen from a greater distance, the addition of Keeper’s Quarters, and finally the electrification of the light.

938 Whitehead St
Key West, Florida 33040
United States

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KEY WEST CEMETERY

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Many eccentric and humorous souls rest in peace at Key West's historic 1847 cemetery including General Abraham Lincoln Sawyer, a 40" "Little Man" whose final wish was to be buried in a "man-size" tomb and "Sloppy Joe" Russell, fishing captain and longtime friend of author Ernest Hemingway. Look for creative headstones with clever epitaphs like "I told you I was sick," and "Devoted fan of Julio Iglesias."

Margaret And Angela St.
Key West, Florida 33040
United States

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Indian Key Historic State Park

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This tiny island once housed the largest population between St. Augustine and Key West and was also home to one of the Keys' most lucrative ship wrecking empires. In 1840, Indian warriors burned all the structures and killed most of the residents. Accessible only by boat, it's a fantastic spot to swim, kayak and hike. Boat shuttle and kayak rentals available from Robbie's Marina at MM 77.5 Bayside.

Offshore Island
Islamorada, Florida 33036
United States

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7 Artists in Wet Paint Gallery

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7 Artists & Friends represents many of Key West’s favorite artists. Martha de Poo, Pam Hobbs, David Scott Meier, Tony Scullin, Noelle Rose, Karen Beauprie, Mary O’Shea and local jewelry designer Jennifer Badry of Mango Season Jewelry Designs. Come in and check out the fresh caught local art. Photo realism, sculpture, jewelry, abstract, watercolor, photography, whimsy and glass; this gallery has it all.

430 Duval St.
Key West, Florida 33040
United States

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Art @ 830

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ART @ 830 features glass art, sculptures, paintings, jewelry and photography from artists such as Thomas Mann, Eddie Mitchell and co-owner Tony Gregory. The two-story building houses the gallery on the first floor and the artist's studio on the second. Browse the selection of eclectic piece or take one home as an unique souvenir from your time in Key West.

830 Caroline St
Key West, Florida 33040
United States

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