Attractions & Tours
Explore the Island of Artists, Pirates and Scallywags…
Key West is only 4.2 square miles in size, but it is laden with history, art, fabulous architecture and the only living coral reef in the United States. The Mermaid & The Alligator B&B is located in the heart of the historic down town and is close to the numerous tours and attractions
CITY VIEW TROLLEY
An easy fun way to travel around town while hearing the lore and history of Key West. Can get on and off at marked spots and hop on and off as you like. Also offer Ghost Tours in the evening.
CONCH TOUR TRAIN
Popular and fun this 90 minute tour takes you around Key West regaling tales of some of Key West most well known characters.
HISTORIC OLD TOWN TROLLEY
An informative trolley tour throughout the streets of Key West. Gives an overview of the island and its history. Can use pass all day and get on and off at marked stops. Also offer Ghost Tours in the evening.
A 90 minute lantern-led evening stroll down historic old towns shadowy lanes to discover the ghosts, ghouls and legends of Key West.
HOLIDAY HISTORIC INN TOUR
Key West is known for its historic inns, and the Holiday Historic Inn Tour is the perfect way to view these magnificent properties decorated for the season, featuring art, fine food, and refreshments
HOME & GARDEN TOURS
Key West house tours are sponsored by the Old Island Restoration Foundation. A great opportunity to explore the magnificent architecture and design of some of the most spectacular Key West Homes.
KAYAK AND PADDLEBOARD ECO TOURS
See the keys from the water and learn about the diverse and unique eco system of the Florida Keys. Key West has some great Kayak tours as well as a popular moonlight kayak tour. Paddle boarding through the mangrove estuaries is a relaxing and fun way to get up close to the variety of bird life and marine life that thrives in the area. The eco tours are a great way to learn about the island. See concierge for details and options
JET SKI AROUND THE ISLAND TOURS
Fast, exciting and on the water zoom around the entire island of Key West. Tour stops along the way and fills you in on some of Key West’s most intriguing tales and history. See concierge for details and options
FORT JEFFERSON AND THE DRY TORTUGAS
Almost 70 miles west of Key West lies a cluster of seven islands, composed of coral reefs and sand, called the Dry Tortugas. Along with the surrounding shoals and waters, they make up Dry Tortugas National Park. The area is known for its famous bird and marine life, fantastic snorkeling and its legends of pirates, sunken gold, and a military fort. See concierge for details as well as how to get out to the fort, advance reservations a must.