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Art & History Museum in Key West, FL
Above: Key West Art and History Museum on 281 Front Street in Key West, FL.
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Hemingway Home
Home to one of America's most honored and respected authors, Ernest Hemingway. He lived and wrote here for more than 10 years. It is now home to over 60 cats.

Key West Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters Museum
The tower and nearby Keeper's Quarters have been restored and maintained as they were before the lighthouse was deactivated in 1969. Visitors can climb 88 iron steps to the observation deck of the lighthouse.

Harry S. Truman Little White House Museum
Visit the most historical site in South Florida, the functioning White House of the United States in Harry Truman's time.

Fort East Martello Museum & Gardens
Fort East Martello is home to a vast collection of Key West artifacts and historical records, as well a military memorabilia. The central tower offers magnificent views of the Atlantic coast and Key West.

Heritage House Museum & Robert Frost Cottage
The museum represents 200 years of Key West culture through the lives of the Porters, a notable Key West family who have lived on the island for seven generations.

Key West Museum of Art & History in the Custom House
This historic house once served as a post office, court house and government center. The building was completely boarded up in 1930 when the city went bankrupt. After a 9-year, $9 million restoration, the building has returned to its former glory.

Key West Shipwreck Museum
At the museum, you will step back in time and discover Key West's unique maritime heritage and how it became the richest city in the United States.

Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society & Museum
Explore the museum’s four ships, the Nuestra Señora de Atocha and the Santa Margarita, both of which sank in a hurricane in 1622; The St. John’s Wreck, a vessel of exploration that carried conquistadors to the Caribbean in roughly 1560; and the Henrietta Marie, an English merchant slaver that sank off the Florida Keys in 1700.

Pat Croce's Pirate Soul Museum Key West
This museum is a collection of authentic pirate artifacts coupled with elements of interactive technology.

Southernmost House & Museum
The house is a 13-room hotel, with a museum on the first floor. The museum includes the largest collection of Hemingway artifacts, and signatures from every US President from George Washington to George W. Bush.

Turtle Kraals Museum
The museum is located at the site of Key West's first turtle cannery. Visitors will learn about the history of the industry, view a live sea turtle show, and learn how to ensure the survival of the prehistoric animals. Admission is free.

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