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.
Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum:Step back to 1851 and discover the treacherous world of shipwrecking and how it made Key West the richest city in the United States. Artifacts and a 60' lookout tower make the experience one of a kind!
- Daily shark and turtle feedings-currently unavailable
- The Aquarium features a wide variety of fish
- Discover the world of Shipwrecking at the Shipwreck Museum
- Step back in history 150 years.
- Climb a 65' Captain's Observatory
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Discover the undersea world at the Key West Aquarium. A Window of Wonder comes alive as expert guides explain the mysteries of the water surrounding the Florida Keys. Daily shark and turtle feedings. The Aquarium features a wide variety of fish including grouper, moray eels, barracuda, tropical fish, tarpon, parrotfish and much, much more.
At The Shipwreck Museum, discover the perils of the shipwrecking industry as you journey back in time to 1851. See how the rewards of this dangerous profession made Key West one of the richest cities in America. Artifacts and video presentations, as well as a 65-foot observation tower, make the museum a unique experience. See and hear film clips, interviews and actual underwater footage in the re-created shipwrecker's warehouse. Experience the mesmerizing tale of the Isaac Allerton, one of the richest shipwrecks in the history of Key West. Many of the artifacts on display come from her watery grave. Learn about Asa Tift and other individuals who made their fortunes in the exciting and perilous world of wreck salvage. Then climb to the top of the lookout and imagine yourself spotting the wrecks of Spanish galleons and turn-of-the-century cargo ships like the wrecking captain's of old.