Things to Do in Key West
Key West artists present outdoor art and sculptures on view through July 31, 2013, enhancing the rich visitor experience at The Key West ART Garden, a 55-acre habitat supporting 450 species of plants and animals. Visit the lush tropics meandering along elevated walkways through groves of palms and see butterflies, iguanas, turtles, even a bald eagle, in the unique tropical garden of Key West.
One quick look at a map, and it comes as no surprise that fishing is one of the popular and competitive activities in our corner of Southern Florida. The Key West Gator Club channels that enthusiasm into The Dolphin Derby on June 22-23, 2013, when entry fees contributed by anglers go to benefit the scholarship fund supporting local students bound for the University of Florida.
Join the infamous Hemingway Look-Alike Contest at Sloppy Joe’s Bar – a fun Key West tradition that celebrates the life and work of Ernest Hemingway.
At the close of a fabulous day of fun and adventure under Key West’s sunny skies, enjoy vibrant painted sunsets at the beaches of Key West, Florida which bring your vacation day to a beautiful close. Waves are gentle, water is generally shallow, and the water temperature averages between 70 degrees and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Sounds perfect.