February 2013

One of the historic sites and tourist attractions in Key West, Florida is the Armory, situated at 600 White Street. The Armory was built originally between 1901 and 1903 as […]

The Southernmost House is a museum and a historic inn on the ocean in Key West, Florida. It is situated in the Upper Duval district, very near the Duval Street, […]

image by http://www.mctgphotography.com/ The Richard Peacon House is often known¬† as the Octagon House due to its octagonal construction. However, the design of the house could not be described exactly […]

The Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum is named after its founder, Mel Fisher. It is situated at 200 Greene Street in Key West, Florida. The major artifacts collections in the […]

Mallory Square is one of the most visited plazas in Key West in the state of Florida. It is situated in the historic Old Town of Key West on the […]

The Key West Shipwreck Historeum Museum was formerly known as Shipwreck Historeum and it is situated at 1 Whitehead Street in Key West, Florida. The museum is a terrific combination […]

Key West lighthouse is a major tourist attraction in Key West, Florida. The first lighthouse was a 65 feet tower constructed in 1825. Originally, the Key West lighthouse had 15 […]

The Key West city authorities established the Key West Cemetery in 1847, after the highly disastrous hurricane that hit the island on October 11, 1846. Stephen Mallory, a port inspector […]

The Key West Aquarium is located at 1 Whitehead Street in Mallory Square in Key West, one of the most prominent tourist spots in the state of Florida. The Key […]