Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Touring Key West

Touring Key West

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WALKING TOUR OF KEY WEST

Key West is one of the best ports for a casual walking tour. Take along our map or pick one up at the Chamber of Commerce at 510 Greene Street, about five blocks inland from the pier. We’ve marked a walking tour on the map above. From the pier, you first reach the Truman Annex waterfront shopping area. Near Front and Greene Streets is the brick 1891 Custom House and its Museum of Art and History. Turn left onto Front Street, passing the U.S. Customs House (and Post Office) and the Naval Coal Depot building. At the corner of Front and Whitehead is the Key West Art Center, showcasing local artists. Nearby are the Key West Shipwreck Museum ($16/adult, $9/kids 4–12) with its 60-foot lookout tower, and the Key West Aquarium ($16/adult, $9/kids 4–12), Key West’s oldest tourist attraction (save on a Shipwreck Museum/Aquarium combo ticket). Turning onto Wall St. you’ll find famous Mallory Square (see page 329 for sunset viewing tips). Continue along Wall St., rejoining Front St., where you can board the Conch Tour Train (see page 327), or stroll another block along Front to the Historic Seaport boardwalk. Follow Front St. back toward the ship, crossing Duval St. then turn onto Whitehead for its charm and many museums. Stop where you will, but if you’re in a walking mood, follow Whitehead nine blocks to the Lighthouse and Hemingway House. When you’ve had enough, retrace your steps toward the waterfront to explore Duval and nearby side streets, or re-board the ship. For a more directed tour, try the “Presidents, Pirates & Pioneers” shore excursion (see page 332).

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Top Photo Slice: Key West Conch Train (℗ 3992) Photo contributed by © OffKilter_Lynn



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