Miami to Key West Tours! *Most Popular* – $49
Round Trip Transportation.
- Departure Dates: Daily
- Departure Times: 6:45AM
- Duration: 15 Hours
- Return Time: 10:00PM (Approximately)
Check-in / Return information from Key West
Time: 5:30PM (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier)
Location: *Intersection* Whitehead St & Greene St, Key West, FL 33040
Key West is an island paradise full of many wonders, below is a list of the city’s highlights.
Key West is the only frost free City in the Continental United States and famous for it’s subtropical climate.
Snow has never been reported in Key West
Key West is closer to Cuba than Miami.
In 1870 Key West was the richest and biggest City in Florida.
Highway 1 connected 31 Islands with 43 bridges, the longest is the 7 miles along.
Often you can see the leftovers from Flagler’s train to Key West
And many more!
Miami to Key West Tours
The tours from Miami to Key West are characterized with a scenic drive along the bay. The amazing beauty of the town is matched with the wonderful time which travelers spend here in this beauteous island city which makes tourists pine for more. There is a lot to do and too much to enjoy, so that taking a single trip is never enough. This is why there are ample visitors thronging this place from Miami to Key West whenever they get the chance.
The Old Town is a common favorite and can be discovered on a bicycle ride from Miami to Key West. Travelers usually rent a bicycle to discover the history and architecture of the place. Different kinds of walking tours are also available involving a visit to the unique Key West Cemetery. Residents as well as tourists also take part in the daily revelry which is known as the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square. Customers can experience the stunning views of the place with the help of the boat tours as well as other aquatic excursions.
Duval Street is a shopper’s paradise which is characterized with several restaurants, bars and entertainment options which are located in close proximity to one another. Visiting the place often justifies the amount of money and time that you put in while traveling from Miami to Key West.
The Studios of Key West are situated among the historic armory buildings. The studio was created in 2006 to represent the artistic community. Visitors to the studio can see the working studio areas, exhibition hall, neighboring cottages and residences as well as the beautiful sculpture garden. Programming tasks at the studio are a process of constant growth including free lectures on humanities, innovative ideas for artists and audiences, cultural partnerships and comprehensive set of imaginative workshops.
The nonprofit establishment, Key West Contemporary Dance Company, comprises the resident as well as professional dancers. A number of visitors take the bus from Miami to this town to witness the unique dance performances which are organized by the members of the organization. The performances occur at different venues across the island. Patrons might visit the Coffee Mill Dance Studio in the old town to see their rehearsals.
The splendid frost-free botanical garden and arboretum, the Botanical Forest and Garden, is frost free. It has various champion tree samples.
The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum is spectacular. Visitors can check out the displayed treasures of gold and silver which have been collected from shipwrecks all over the world.
Another distinguished attraction of Key West is Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden, spread across an acre of land. The garden is like a flourishing rainforest which is basically green and lush. The exhibit is a work of art in a small wooded garden.
The Fantasy Fest was founded by the Tourist Development Association of Key West in 1979 to attract travelers in the slow Halloween season, which is notably the end of the hurricane season in Key West. Till date the festival attracts 80000 revelers annually.