The World Famous Conch Tour Train-Hop On, Hop Off
Key West, FLBack to Excursion Results
- This tour is AT YOUR LEISURE
- Kids 12 years and below ride for free
You won't want to miss this one-hour narrated tour of over 100 historical points of Key West and all of its eccentricities.
Relive 400 years of history and, like so many visitors before you, become enchanted by the stories, sights and sounds that are Key West.
How The Tour Works – HOP ON-HOP OFF
Seeing and hearing about Key West has never been easier. Order on line with CCL or see your Shore Excursion Desk. If you have booked other activities on the island or are a little short on time, take our 60 minute, Hop On-Hop Off Introduction To Key West tour and you can get on and off near Key West’s best attractions. This tour stays exclusively in the Old Town Historic District and covers the most important places to see in Key West.
Your tour starts at Mallory Square which was the traditional hub of industry for two centuries and now is the center for visitor activities. From there you will make your way through Old Town and have the opportunity to disembark at the main street intersection of Duval Street and Truman Avenue. This is within easy walking distance of the Southernmost Point in the continental United States, South Beach, one of the best beaches in town, the Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory, the Hemingway Home and Museum, the Key West Lighthouse, and the art galleries that are found on upper Duval Street.
Re-board the train and continue to the Historic Seaport district where you will find the Flagler Railway Museum dedicated to Henry Flagler and the railroad that connected Key West to the mainland of Florida. We have even arranged for you to have complimentary free admission with the purchase of your train ticket. Walk past the tall ships including Key West’s Flagship the “Western Union” and yachts, or stop in at one of our waterfront restaurants for a taste of our world class seafood.
Next, catch the train and return to Mallory Square, home to the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum and the Key West Aquarium, Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum, the Audubon House, Truman’s Little White House, themed retail shops and the best conch fritters on the island, and just a short jaunt to Hemingway’s favorite bar Sloppy Joe’s on lower Duval Street. “We Make Vacation’s Better”® on the World Famous Conch Tour Train.