Key West can be pretty adults-only after dark, but during the day there is so much for kids to do, they’ll be asleep by dark. Here’s just 5 things to keep them busy.
Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum – This lively, interactive museum immerses you into the lives of those who saved people and cargo off the shores of Key West. See and touch real treasure salvaged from those ships and listen to tales adventure.
Scuba, SNUBA, Snorkel, Swim or Sail – Depending on your age and interest, there’s lots to see and do beneath the waves. And for those who like to stay dry, there’s always a glass-bottom boat.
Sunset at Mallory Square – The street performers come out about an hour before sunset to strut their stuff at Mallory Square. One long-time resident, whom I believe is still there, has trained cats that jump through hoops, and are otherwise hysterical.
Conch Tour Train – Take a ride on this trolley through Key West and hear entertaining tales of legends as you pass by several popular attractions. Take notes to go back to fully explore the ones you liked best.
Key West Aquarium – Pet a shark, see jellyfish and alligators and more at this historical landmark. Before you go, download the scavenger hunt sheet to bring with you.
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