Key West Lighthouse

Constructed after a devastating hurricane, which wiped out the old lighthouse and several people seeking shelter, the new lighthouse has been in operation since 1847.

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Blue Heaven Restaurant
With over a hundred years of history, the restaurant has boasted some notables - including being the site of boxing matches which Hemingway refereed.
Ernest Hemingway Home
Built in 1851 and purchased by Hemingway in 1931, the home was the first on the island to have an in-ground pool - and the only pool for 100 miles!
Whitehead Street
Lined with several notable sites, the Kapok Tree on Whitehead Street is by far the most photographed tree on the island. Walk up to find out why.
La Concha Hotel
Here at La Concha Hotel, Tennessee Williams finished the last draft of 'A Streetcar Named Desire' here, as well as 'Summer and Smoke'."
San Carlos Institute, Key West
Often considered the beginning of the Cuban independence movement in the 1890s, the institute is now a museum, library, and art gallery.
Tennessee Williams Museum
One of America's most well-known playwrights, Tennessee Williams lived and wrote from Key West for over thirty years.

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