Key West along the Florida Straits is a relaxing stop along the Disney Cruise Line Caribbean and Bahamian cruises, and one full of discoveries. Historical significance meets heavenly bliss in this place that offers old architecture and modern comforts. Visit the home of Ernest Hemingway, climb to the top of an old lighthouse, stand at the southernmost point of the USA, or take part in a merry jubilee at sunset.
Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square
Welcome to one of the most fun-filled celebrations anywhere! Take in the spectacular sunset while enjoying carnival performers, local artisans and scrumptious snacks.
You can stand at the southernmost point of the continental United States in only one place: Key West. Be sure to bring your camera to take pictures with the signs marking the significant point. There, you're only 90 miles from Cuba!
Key West Lighthouse Museum
The museum documents the fascinating history of the 92-foot lighthouse, built in 1847. After your tour, scale its heights to enjoy a breathtaking view of the Keys—a glorious sight you won't be able to see anywhere else.
The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum
Ernest Hemingway penned his masterpieces Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls while living in Key West. The place where inspiration became creation is on display when you visit his home. Step back in time and see the rooms and gardens where the Nobel Prize winner lived and wrote for over 10 years.
There's only one Sloppy Joe's, and this is your chance to experience the real thing! This well-known bar has been one of Key West's favorite "watering holes" since 1933. It opens at 9:00 a.m., live music begins at noon, and the fun keeps going!
Fun Facts & Tips
If you plan to explore Old Town by foot, be sure to wear comfortable shoes.
Don't miss Old Town, which has the largest collection of unique 19th-century architecture in the world.
Key West is approximately 2 miles wide by 4 miles long.