Things to Do In And Around Key West : For Animal Lovers

Want to get to know Key West wildlife? (And no, we’re not talking about nightly festivities at Sloppy Joe’s on Duval Street.) If you’re the kind of person who always puts the local zoo on your travel itinerary, or who fumbles over your camera every time a squirrel or lizard make an appearance during vacation, […]
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Key West History – 1964 Hemingway House Dedicated as Museum

1964: The Hemingway House was formally dedicated as a museum honoring the memory of the late Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winner who lived in Key West in the 1930s. The house stands at an elevation of 16 feet above sea level, and is still the second-highest site on the island. It was originally built in […]
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Key West History – 1975 Oldest House Museum Opens

The Oldest House on Duval Street officially opened as a museum. The house was restored by the Historic Key West Preservation Board and the Old Island Restoration Foundation, which managed the museum. Richard Cussans is credited with building the Oldest House. He was born in Nassau in 1806 and came to Key West in 1828. […]
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Jimmy Buffett to Play the San Carlos in Key West – For Free

BY Adam Linhardt Citizen Staff alinhardt@keysnews.com It’s no joke. Jimmy Buffett and his Coral Reefer Band are putting on a free concert for about 200 lucky fans on April 1 at the San Carlos Institute theater, 516 Duval St. But, there’s a catch. There will be no tickets for sale. Those interested in seeing the […]
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