Glassbottom Boat & Conch Train Combo
Key West, FLBack to Excursion Results
Enjoy the best sights of Key West both above and below the sea on this great combo tour.
See the best of Key West both above and below the ocean with this amazing combo tour.
Explore dramatic underwater vistas generally reserved for scuba divers. A wide variety or fish and other sea creatures await you as you gaze into the underwater world of Key West.
Fury’s Glass Bottom Boat, The Pride of Key West, offers passengers a smooth ride in a modern catamaran, seated sun deck and air-conditioned, enclosed viewing area as well as restrooms and a snack bar.
You will also enjoy The Conch Tour Train, the most popular tour in Key West. Since first opening in 1958, it has entertained over 15 million visitors to the Island City. Just recently, (2010) it was named the No. 1 guided tour in the state of Florida, all for good reason!
Our expert “Engineers” have been extensively trained to share the legends and lore or this charming tropical paradise. Key West was once the largest city in Florida, the wealthiest city per capita in the United States and the largest producer or cigars and natural sponges in the country. Since the Navy first came to Key West in 1823, the island has always been an alluring favorite to visitors like John James Audubon, Ernest Hemingway, President Harry Truman, Tennessee Williams and many, many more.
On your 60 minute tour you will learn what made Key West the richest city in the United States and hear about the golden days of settlement when Key West was on the farthest frontier of a young America. You will hear about the Great Depression, the hurricane that destroyed Henry Flagler’s railroad, the building of U.S. 1 and the arrival of the navy during World War II. Enjoy the sights of beautiful sea Captain’s homes, tropical flora, and both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.
Come with us and relive 400 years of history and, like so many visitors before you, become enchanted by the stories, sights and sounds that are Key West.
Note: The order of the excursion may be reversed.