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Unique Things You Can Only Do In Key West

Anyone can party on Duval Street…in fact, that’s probably the biggest reason you’ve planned your trip to Key West. It’s fun, and with the right people, it can be one of the best partying you can have. What we want to talk about is unique to only Key West. We have a list of things that you can only do in Key West that you can’t do anywhere else.

Here is our list of the top 14 Unique Things that you can only do in Key West:

The park is renowned for its marine life, pirate legends, historic stories, white sandy beaches and of course, the Great Florida Barrier Reef. Get there by Seaplane, Key West Seaplane Adventures, or by boat, but it’s definitely one of the most amazing places you will ever see.
2. Tour Ernest Hemingway’s house
Whether you’re a fan of Hemingway’s writing, his outdoorsy lifestyle or you like six-toed cats, then you must see the house that Ernest Hemingway wrote some of his most-famous works. It’s very inspiring for all wanna-be writer’s.  Go to Hemingway House while in Key West.
 You probably haven’t done a scavenger hunt as an adult quite like this one. Learn bits of Key West’s history, drink in the most-famous bars, and laugh hysterically with your friends as you race to find the clues to win! It’s a great way to see Key West in a unique way. Find the Key West Scavenger Hunt or other things to do while you’re in Key West.
The Originator of the Key West Ghost Tour, David Sloan will show you all of the haunted houses and tell the tales that will surely send goosebumps down your back…or is that a ghost touching you?! Go find out for yourself. It’s unique to Key West and a must-do. 
David Sloan's Ghost Hunt Key West
5. Take the Island 26 mile Island of Key West
Do the adventure of a lifetime and see Key West on a Jetski. We suggest Key West Water Tours (there are others, but go with the best!). Makes the best memories of fun and sun…and did we mention…you’re on a freakin’ jetski! Nothing better than that!
6. Go to the Southernmost Point
The most famous landmark in Key West. It’s a must-do. Sometimes it’s a wait to get your photo, but bring your beverage and wait and capture your famous image with this famous landmark. It’s pretty cool standing in the southernmost point of the continental United States. Find other Free Things To Do In Key West Here.
Key West is most famous for its amazing sunsets. Watching from Mallory Square, you will see street performers unique to Key West. You can buy a cold beverage and enjoy the show as you wait for sun to hit the horizon. 
The Florida Reef (also known as the Great Florida Reef) is the only living coral barrier reef in the continental United States. It is the third largest coral barrier reef system in the world and it’s simply amazing to see. It’s one to check off the ol’ bucket list for sure. There are many people who have snorkeling adventures, but we are suggesting our choice Sunset Watersports. They have the friendliest and most-fun watersports adventure in Key West.
The waters are calm, the wildlife is plenty, and it’s just you wand the shallow waters of Key West and the Lower Keys. We suggest Capt. Andrea Paulson with Reelax Charters. She knows all of the best places to get the  most out of your kayaking experience. 
10. Eat the best Key Lime Pie 
You decide on who makes the best one. There are so many different styles to choose from, it will be fun sampling Key West’s unique dessert.    
11. Go have a margarita at the original Margaritaville
Margaritaville started in Key West  and you just need to have one in the original location so you can check it off of your bucket list and drink where it all started!
12. Go to the oldest bar in Key West 
Captain Tony’s bar in Key West is officially the oldest bar in Key West. Did you know it used to be the original Sloppy Joe’s Bar? Go and have an icy cold Rum Runner or beer and put your business card (or bra if you dare!) on the wall to mark that you’ve been to this famous landmark. 
13. Go to the Smallest Bar in Key West – see how many people you can fit in. 
Located right on Duval Street, The Smallest Bar is a famous landmark that you must go to. See how many friends you can fit into the bar and try to break the record. It’s a blast and the drinks are always cold and refreshing. 
Smallest Bar in Key West
14. Go to the End Of The Road
Go to where US1 ends (and the Party Begins!) and get your photo taken at this famous landmark. And you may as well post it on your favorite social media and make all your friends back home jealous! 

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