A vivid connection to the past found in timeless architecture, art and atmosphere


Take a historic tour of Key West by visiting the architecturally stunning Custom’s House, or place yourself in a moment of discovery by handling real Spanish gold at the Mel Fisher Museum. You can also visit the home of Ernest Hemingway and connect with the restored property of one of America’s most honored and respected authors. Wherever you turn your attention in Key West, there is surely a unique history to discover.

Photo Credit: Mel Fisher Museum

Not Your Ordinary Date Night

Fall in love with “America’s Southernmost Art Colony.” Tour the bountiful art galleries, catch a live production at the Waterfront Playhouse at Mallory Square or see a visiting legend at the Tennessee Williams Theatre, a world-class performing arts center. Even a night at the movies can be truly unique. We suggest taking your sweetheart to see an independent film at the vintage Tropic Cinema, a non-profit theatre run by volunteers.

Photo Credit: The Tropic Cinema

Colorful Community

Celebrated for its diversity, Key West has long been a cultural hub of creativity, acceptance and freedom. An island that gave birth to the “One Human Family” philosophy provides the perfect place to find yourself and be yourself. Let your hair down, and your colors fly.


The melody of the Keys is mimicked in the rhythm and flow for all who listen. From internationally known singers and songwriters, to the passersby humming a familiar tune, to the nightly gigs beckoning from Duval, catching the vibe is a guaranteed. Stop by the Green Room to check out featured musicians for a sampling of talented artists. This eco-friendly establishment will have you feeling like a local in no time!