Karla

and

Alejandro

Things To Do

Enjoy the drive

Take a look at this article for some wonderful ideas on what to do as you make your way down to Key West.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/17/travel/key-west-road-trip.html

Stop along the way!

Enjoy some goat petting, fresh smoothies and sample some honey at Robert's.

https://www.robertishere.com/

Grab lunch at Mrs. Mac's. It's our favorite.

http://www.mrsmacskitchen.com/Home

Feed the tarpon at Robbie's! Watch your fingers.

https://robbies.com/

Soak up the sun and incredible views at Bahia Honda.

https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/bahia-honda-state-park

Take a Tour

See the best of Key West while saving money!

We have worked with Trusted Tours of Key West to get all our wedding guests discounts to some of the best tours on the island. Use the promo code: porrowedding2019 for 15% off the following tours:

Old Town Trolley Tour of Key West
Conch Tour Train Key West
Ghost and Gravestones Tour of Key West
Harry S. Truman Little White House
Key West Aquarium
Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum
Key West Butterfly Conservatory
Old Town Trolley and Hemingway Home Combo
Conch Tour Train and Hemingway Home Combo
Key West Backcountry Paddleboard Tours

Follow the link below to book any of the tours of your choosing. We hope you have a great time!

https://www.trustedtours.net/kwgroups

Enjoy the Food

If you are anything like me, you experience a place through it's food. Take a Food Tour and eat your way through KW.
https://www.keywestfoodtours.com/

Who doesn't like Free Stuff!

West Martello Tower

The Key West Garden Club is one of the island's last remaining free tourist attractions with a mission to provide educational opportunities for the community relating to tropical gardening and to the West Martello Tower, a National Historic site where the Club is located. Our opening times are 7 days a week, 9:30 to 5:00
http://www.keywestgardenclub.com/

Key West Cemetery

Key West Cemetery is located in the northern part of Key West and has several monuments dedicated to victims who died in shipwrecks near Key West. There is a Memorial to the Cuban Martyrs who struggled for an independent Cuba. This cemetery is like the cemeteries in New Orleans where new graves are placed in above-ground vaults, as there is no space beneath.
https://www.gpsmycity.com/attractions/key-west-cemetery-26544.html

The Southernmost Point

The Southernmost Point Buoy is an anchored concrete buoy in Key West, Florida, marking the southernmost point in the continental United States, the lowest latitude land of contiguous North American States. It is 18 feet above sea level and 90 miles from Cuba.
http://southernmostpointwebcam.com/

Mallory Square

“See you at Sunset!” This iconic phrase has embodied the spirit and history of Key West since the event took off in the late 1960s! Beginning two hours before sunset, it’s a celebration and view that has captured the love and astonishment of iconic figures from Mark Twain in the 1800s to Tennessee Williams in the late 20th century! The Key West Sunset Celebration invites everyone to partake in watching the glowing pink and red sun sink into the Gulf of Mexico horizon. The nightly festival hosts visitors from all over the world who come to take part in the magicians, jugglers, clowns, psychics, local musicians, artists, and food vendors that combine for an incredible cultural experience. It is a fusion of friends and talents that has captivated tourists and locals alike. This nightly party has everything any local or guest could ever hope to stumble upon. The beauty, sheer history, and pure passion of this event have been immortalized in renowned art, stories, poetry, and photography!
https://www.mallorysquare.com/sunset-celebration/

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