1-Day Tour to Key West Shipwreck Historeum

  • Tour code: 648-130
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Key West, FL
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Step back to Key West of 1851 and discover the treacherous world of shipwrecking and how it made Key West the richest city in the United States.

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Adult:$14.99
Child:$8.99
Senior:$12.99
  • Child prices are applicable for children aged 4-12 years.
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  • All tour schedules are arranged in advance. NO REFUNDS will be given to any customer failing to appear on the departure day.

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  • Day 1 Key West
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Day 1 Key West

This pass is good for admittance to the Key West Shipwreck Museum. Since the first Spanish galleons began to traverse the Florida Straits in the 16th Century, ships have wrecked along the treacherous reefs of Key West and the Florida Keys. The Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum celebrates the rich history of the Key West wreckers with two floors of shipwreck artifacts. Highlights of the museum include displays and video presentations on the history of wreck salvage in the Florida Keys and the sinking of the legendary Isaac Allerton. Visitors can also climb to the top of the 65-foot Captain's Observatory.

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This island in the Florida Keys is the southernmost city in the continental United States. It is loved by tourists internationally for its idyllic Caribbean waters, warm and cozy weather, and stretches of white beaches.

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    The Key West Shipwreck Museum chronicles the history of shipwreck salvage in the southernmost point of the United States. The main exhibits feature artifacts recovered from the wreck of the Isaac Allerton, which sank in 1856.

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