Top Things to Do in Key West

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From a free and lazy day at the beach to historical attractions, adventurous ocean charters and legendary nightlife, Key West has so much to offer visitors, second home owners and locals alike. Check out the sections below and get tips from our local team on our favorite activities, attractions and things to do in Key West. Start planning your trip today by reserving your Key West vacation rental and picking which events you'll attend while you're here.

DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that due to the COVID-19 VIRUS, pools, beaches, popular attractions, restaurants, bars, grocery, and specialty retail may or may not be open during this time. This includes community pools in the Truman Annex, The Colony, Duval Square, Key West Golf Course, La Brisa, 1800 Atlantic, and Winward Park. Additionally, included are Smathers Beach, Higgs Beach, and the beach at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. Should such places currently be open in Key West, Florida, please note that they could close at any time without warning. Events may also be cancelled by the Event Coordinator or Promoter, follow their websites for the latest information. AHKW will not be offering any kind of discounts or refunds should any of these places, attractions, or events close or cancel.

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Jet Ski at Sunset
Looking for an adventurous way to get out on the water? Our top five favorite jet ski rental Key West providers offer exclusive access to explore the turquoise waters that surround the island.
Eaton Street Key West Theatre
Whether it is a brief shower or a torrential downpour, you shouldn't let a little rain ruin your vacation. Here is a list of things to add to your itinerary in case of a rainy day.
Dining
Key West is known for its diverse and high-quality dining scene and nightlife. Whether you're looking for a quick bite, a sweet treat, or a fine dining experience, you'll find something spectacular on the island.