Whether it’s your first visit or you’ve been here countless times, Key West tours will never cease to entertain and amaze. Learn more about the island’s interesting history, get an in-depth view of the exotic plant and wildlife, or simply admire the tropical splendor of your surroundings during your stay at The Southernmost House.
Tour Old Town at your own pace with the help of a Trolley Tour! Hop aboard with the friendly conductors who narrate with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and humorous stories, as well as colorful anecdotes and well-researched historical facts. The trolley tour is designed so you can hop on and off and explore on your own, which means your ticket is valid for all day. It's the perfect way to see the sights and learn the history without wearing out your feet.
The Conch Train tour is a must when visiting Key West. Learn the area's history and ride pleasantly throughout the town seeing the sights. The tour covers amazing factoids about the buildings, houses, and planning of this classic American city. After a morning of walking Duval Street, the open-air train provides an informative and relaxing afternoon.
Paddle through thick mangroves with a knowledgeable Key West tour guide as they teach about marine life on the island. Choose between an early morning, daytime, or nighttime Key West eco tour where you will get hands-on experience with conch, jellyfish, starfish, octopus, or any other safe, friendly marine life that comes up to visit your boat.
Explore the island in a whole new way with one of the many Key West boat tours. For an exciting and educational tour, daytime dolphin watching and snorkeling cruises allow you get up close and personal with aquatic creatures. Or share a romantic sunset cruise upon a large catamaran with free flowing champagne and endless ocean views.
Indulge in a night of storytelling, haunted houses, and…ghosts? This Key West tour takes you on a path through Key West’s haunted past. Hear the legendary stories of Marrero's wife and eight kids, Audubon and Willie, and the infamous Robert the doll and see the places where their spirits remain.