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Key West Aquarium, Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, Mallory Square Festival Market Place, El Meson De Pepe’s Restaurant, Key West Memorial Sculpture Garden, Mel Fishers, Audubon House, Harry S. Truman Little White House, Sunset at Mallory Square
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Historic Seaport, Yankee Freedom III Dry Tortugas National Park Ferry, Schooner Western Union, Ferry Terminal, shops and restaurants
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16   Key West Cemetery
As with everywhere else in Key West, the City Cemetery offers a truly unique experience. Walk through the many acres and keep in mind that close to 100,000 residents are buried here. Take your time and see if you can find some of the infamous graves that people who visit Key West love to talk about—one of the headstone reads “I told you I was sick” and another says “At least I know where he is sleeping tonight”. Just like the many diverse characters that live on the island, the departed also add much to the eccentric charm.
17   Lowe’s House
The Gideon Lowe House was built by the youngest son of one of Key West's earliest Bahamian settlers in the early 19th century. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a charming example of the Bahamian style of architecture on the island. In the heart of the historic district, the house is framed by other lovely 19th century buildings. Today, guests who stay at the Lowe House can feel the majesty of a slower, simpler time while relaxing in the splendid tropical ambiance.
18   Ernest Hemingway House
Tour the home where Noble Prize Winning author Ernest Hemingway lived for thirty years. As you walk through the rooms and see some of his personal belongings and furnishings, you’ll be transported back to his era when he worked on some of his most popular books, went fishing with his friends and hung out at Sloppy Joes with the original “Joe”, Joe Russell. Take a moment to pet one of his beloved cat’s descendants - there are 60 in all roaming the property and many have six-toes!
19   Key West Lighthouse Museum
Built in 1825, the Key West Lighthouse is the 15th oldest surviving lighthouse in the country. It was here that the keepers climbed the 88 steps each day to the top of the tower to maintain and operate the lighthouse which served as a guiding light to ships voyaging into Key West. Today, visitors can get a feel for how they lived and worked by climbing those same stairs. Also, be sure to stop by the Keeper’s Quarters and see vintage photos, maps and furnishings.
20   Key West Visitors Center
21   San Carlos Theatre
For a taste of Cuban culture and marvelous entertainment, the San Carlos Theatre has much to offer. It was created in 1871 to support the Cuban community in Key West and was the first theater on the island. Today, the San Carlos Theatre features concerts and many other performances throughout the year.
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