This full day trip includes breakfast and a special holiday lunch as well as unlimited beer and wine. Begins Friday at 8am, ends Sunday 5pm. Tickets to this event also include access to the museum's other exhibits. Organized by the iconic Schooner Wharf Bar, the parade will celebrate 23 years on December 14 and has always been one of the fun during the holidays. Key West has much history and a number of museums to show for it. For more information and tickets, visit: or call 877-412-7658. Call 305-294-9501 for more information.
Giant stars and wreaths dangle from wraparound balconies, while red ribbons and green garland stripe the columns. The main stages of the festival are located right off of Duval, but throughout the weekend you can catch sporadic acoustic sets at multiple theaters and bars. When: December 8-15 at 7:30pm Matinees: Dec 8,9,15,16 at 2:30pm Tennessee Williams Theatre Eaton Street Stroll Five venues with five different shows! Presidential Christmas Cards are showcased throughout. Only 90 miles from Cuba and on important South American shipping routes, Key West has a unique blend of Latino, Cuban and American culture. Crab, lobster, ceviche, conch chowder, and other local cuisine is served up in a picnic setting.
This family owned and operated restaurant serves up a delicious menu including nachos, guacamole, roast pork, marinated chicken and grilled steak. For more information, visit or call the Key West Business Guild at 305-294-4603. Enjoy a tree-lighting ceremony and an inspiring performance of American classics and holiday favorites. Boca Chica Naval Air Field, mile marker 7. And check back frequently — since more dates and details will be added as the season progresses. Key West Theater, 512 Eaton Street. Think bright lights, lots of color and quirky scenes set on the lawns of beautiful pastel Victorian mansions and conch cottages.
Ride the Historic Conch Tour Train Another great way to get in the spirit of the season is aboard the historic Conch Tour Train. From the 19th century Fort Zachary Taylor park and the gardens at West Martello Towers, to the ball fields and tennis courts at Bayview Park, and all the others in between, you are sure to find something to suit your chosen activity. Blue Angels perform at 2:30pm. The exact location is in the main parking lot on Caroline and Margaret Street. Hop aboard Old Town Trolley or Conch Tour Train for their annual holiday lights tours. Always well attended, this lively event will have you bouncing from cuisine to cuisine, all the while enjoying the generous selection of fine wines available in a collectible wine glass. Call 305-304-01453 for more information.
Enjoy a swim in the clear and tranquil waters, or go snorkelling or scuba diving you can rent gear and check out the nooks and crannies of a Spanish shipwreck. The popular Key West landmark was once a favorite watering hole of the author Ernest Hemingway and you will notice a prominent tree around which the bar has been built as well as a gravestone at its foot. Children under 12 are free. This calendar of events for Key West includes nearly every happening on the island throughout the year. The tour is self-guided, and guests can start at any property. Key West Triathlon December 1st The annual Key West Triathlon brings 1,000 athletes to the southernmost point for this inspiring competition that includes running, cycling and swimming. In addition to all the marine attractions, there are also many historical locations to visit, where you can learn about the history and culture of the islands.
This year, the event has expanded to include a paddleboard competition. Fun activities and special winter events are in no shortage. Six of Key West's most unique features and characteristics. You can paddle in the warm water, stroll the sandy beach, take a nap in the shade of a palm tree or even go snorkelling in Looe Key. Tastings, lectures, and opportunity to purchase locally grown produce. A reminder that possession and use of a measuring device is required at all times, and night diving is prohibited in Monroe County only during the sport season. For the visitor that enjoys the cultural experience, there are movie theaters and live-performance theaters.
Race begins and ends at Salute on Higgs Beach. Popular tradition is to view the fireworks from the water aboard a boat. Giant snowflakes hang from wraparound balconies, and red ribbons and green garland stripe the columns. No doubt, the owners are spurred on by the yearly competition, mixing in candy canes, reindeer and snowmen with the bougainvillea, frangipani and hibiscus across their lawns. Wear your Santa hats and Christmas sweaters; it gets cool out there on the water at night. Enjoy a glass of bubbly, boutique wine, sangria, beer or other festive libations paired with fresh fruit and artisan cheeses.
For more information, call 305-294-9911 or visit. Other activities include canoeing, kayaking, swimming, short hiking trails, camping, and picnicking. Come out to the Historic Seaport or Mallory Square and watch as dozens of boats of all sizes, including sailboats, fishing boats, yachts and catamarans, parade through the harbor at night lit up with holiday lights and decorations. The charter boats dress to impress with elaborate decorations woven into the masts and riggings like a 20-foot spinning Christmas ornament or a 30-foot Art Deco angel. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.
Driving down this jaw-droppingly beautiful highway is a thrill in itself, but there are also plenty of intriguing stops to allow time for on the way. Jump on the fully stocked Fury Catamaran for an up-close view of the entire. The Conch Train Holiday Lights Tour is one of the easiest ways to take in the elaborate trimmings draped across the historic homes and inns. Bahia Honda State Park is one of the southernmost state parks and offers visitors an idyllic location to relax and unwind, surrounded by beautiful beaches, wonderful wildlife, and clear, warm waters. Parade begins Saturday May 4 at noon in front of Customs House at 281 Front Street. Ernest and his wife Pauline extensively renovated the old home, restoring it to its original charm and adding the exceptional luxury in those days of a swimming pool and lovely gardens. Presented every other year, the tale of young Clara's dreamlike visit to the land of the Sugarplum Fairy is transformed into an island and undersea fantasy.
The Nutcracker Key West Select nights from December 7th-December 16th Since 1892, there have been more than 11 million performances of The Nutcracker in countries all over the world. A major part of the historic charm comes from quaint bed-and-breakfast hotels that cover the island. In addition to the organized dolphin swims, Dolphin Cove also offers natural swim dolphin encounters, where you don a snorkel and swim freely with the curious and friendly dolphins — an unforgettable Key Largo experience. The tournament features divisions for men, women, junior anglers ages 10 to 15 and Pee Wees under 10 years old — making it ideal for extended families and multigenerational groups who want to share the angling experience. Win prizes at the carnival booths or give yourself a Christmas thrill on over a 100 rides! More ideas: , , Bahia Honda is a remote island on the Lower Florida Keys, close to the west end of the Seven Mile Bridge, which links the Keys to the Florida mainland. Truman Waterfront Amphiteater, end of Southard Street. Florida Travel Life may receive financial compensation for products purchased through this site.