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Experience A Variety of Key West Attractions

Convenience And Fun Are Just Around The Corner

After you’ve woken among premium amenities in one of our comfortable guestrooms, navigate our area by taking adventure of the best Key West attractions, all just minutes from Parrot Key Resort. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure or a little bit of both, the history and picturesque setting of Key West along pristine waters is sure to please even the most discerning traveler.

Old Town Trolley
Showcasing over 100 points of interest, the Old Town Trolley allows you to enjoy the best of Key West whether you want to learn about Indians, pirates or the Civil War. By combining humorous stories and historical information, the tour guides will share a bit of paradise with you.

Conch Tour Train
Begin Key West vacations with a little bit of charming paradise. On this tour you’ll explore rich architectural features, historical characters and much more.

Snorkeling At Fort Jefferson
Whether you’re a beginner snorkeler or a seasoned expert, the shallow waters allow everyone to enjoy the abundance of tropical fish and coral among the Key West waters.

Key West Aquarium
One of the first Key West tourist attractions, Key West Aquarium was open during the Great Depression, as an attempt to stage an economic recovery. Today, you can view marine life indigenous to the Florida Keys including sharks, turtles, tropical fish and more.

Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
As a highly-visited gem among Key West attractions, the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens was built between 1846 and 1849, having since been restored to its former glory. Antique enthusiasts will appreciate the furnishings and history that lies within the walls of the former home of Captain John H. Geiger, harbor pilot and master wrecker.