Key West Aquarium: Key West's first attraction. The aquarium, built in 1934, features the turtles, sharks, game and tropical fish that are native to the waters of Key West.
Harry S. Truman Little White House: While president, Truman spent 175 days in Key West at Quarters A on the Truman Naval Station. Today, as Florida's only presidential museum, the Little White House provides a personal glimpse of one of America's greatest presidents.
- Daily shark and turtle feedings-currently unavailable
- The Aquarium features a wide variety of fish
- See the home Harry S. Truman came to relax and rest
- Visit where Eisenhower recuperated from his heart attack in 1956
- Hear stories of the most important man of his time
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Discover the undersea world at the Key West Aquarium. A Window of Wonder comes alive with the mysteries of the water surrounding the Florida Keys. The Aquarium features a wide variety of fish including grouper, moray eels, barracuda, tropical fish, tarpon, parrotfish and much, much more.
The Harry S Truman Little White House in Key West, Fl. was built in 1890 as the first officer's quarters on the naval station. The wooden duplex contained Quarters A for the base commandant and Quarters B for the paymaster. The house was built on the waterfront of the harbor of Key West. In the beginning of the 20th century, the home was converted into a single family dwelling to house the base commandant. The house has been host to many distinguished guests. Thomas Edison resided in the house during World War I, while working on depth charge research for the U.S. Navy.