The World Famous
Conch Tour Train in Key West
There’s a reason Key West Conch Train Tour is ranked so high on TripAdvisor for things to do in the area. Since 1958, over 15 million guests have enjoyed visiting many popular attractions by train, including the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, Aquarium, Flagler Station and more.
Learn about 400 years worth of history and the current shops and attractions that make up America’s Southernmost City on this immersive tour. Whether it’s the view from a 65-foot observation tower or chugging along the streets of Mallory Square, where folks once smoked Cuban cigar-makers hand-rolled cigars, you’ll discover the personality and charm of both Key West’s present and past. Be transported back to the days of old, when pirate and Indians roamed our island. Visit the haunts (and some ARE Haunted) of artists, Presidents, tycoons, authors, musicians and many many more.
The history of Key West is like that of no other place, you're likely to visit. Take Henry Flagler, for instance. He built a railway from the east coast of Florida, along 130 miles of some of the most challenging areas imaginable. Ernest Hemingway with his prolific and wide ranging literary topics. President Harry S. Truman, visited and over the years spent so much time in Key West, that is residence was called the Little White House. John Audubon, Tennessee Williams and many others came to live and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle that this charming tropical paradise offered.
As if that wasn’t enough, free admission to Hemingway Rum Company and Papa's Pilar Distillery is included with your ticket purchase, as well as discount coupons for other Key West attractions.
So, on your next visit, make sure to include this in your itinerary. And to make it even easier for you, the Key West Express sells tickets, on-board for this fantastic 75 minute dive into Key West's past. There is even a dedicated train just for Express passengers, that is waiting just around the corner, from the ferry terminal, so that you can start your adventures immediately.
For more information, visit their website and see all that there is to see on this immersive Key West historical tour.